Images of Hope serves El Dorado County by supporting those in our community who have been impacted by cancer. Our purpose is to provide a setting where the stress and confusion of a cancer diagnosis can be put on pause while investing in some time for yourself. We know that an illness can take a toll on more than just the patient and can last long after treatment, which is why we welcome those who are newly diagnosed or long out of treatment as well as family members and caregivers. Our classes are small and casual and our attendees are local, gracious people from all walks of life. New attendees are welcomed and encouraged, and you do not need to have any prior experience in art or movement to join. Most of our classes are held at the Marshall Cancer Resource Center in Cameron Park. We depend on our fundraisers and generous local philanthropists to offer our services, and our fund is housed at the Marshall Foundation for Community Health.
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In addition to classes and activities, Images of Hope gives to and receives support from several community partners and events:
Sponsors Placerville Art & Wine Festival
Partners with the Marshall Cancer Resource Center
Sponsors Banners on Parade
Sponsors Placerville Girls Night Out
Hosts Pink in the Night
Partners with the El Dorado Arts & Culture (Art in Public Places)
Off Broadway in Placerville’s Images of Hope Fundraiser
Hosts Images of Hope’s White on White Fundraiser