Hope for the Holidays Silent Auction & Live Stream Concert

This season, give the gift of Hope for the Holidays. Free with a suggested $25 donation!

Shop for a wide array of holidays gifts in our online silent auction running Nov. 27 - Dec. 3.  Auction items include jewelry, gift cards to restaurants, unique experiences, Holiday & home décor, and more.  Then join us on December 3 from 7:00 - 9:00pm for a fun-filled livestream concert with Go Radio's DJ DMil playing your favorite hits. This is the perfect way to get into the holiday spirit while shopping for a good cause, surrounded by friends and loved ones from the comfort and safety of your home.

All proceeds benefit Hope Chest Breast Cancer Foundation who provides emergency financial support of Minnesota breast cancer patients and their families. The patients we serve are women not only undergoing active cancer treatment fighting for their lives, but they are in dire financial distress unable to pay their rent, utilities, or grocery bills without the financial assistance we provide.

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We want to help everyone we can. To be considered, you must currently be a Minnesota resident and in active treatment for breast cancer in the state of Minnesota.

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Cancer can feel like a lonely diagnosis, but you're not alone. Often we get strength from the stories of the fighters who've walked this path. Read their stories and share your own.


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Excellent quality, excellent buys…all for an excellent cause.”

Hope Chest for Breast Cancer Resale Shop features donated, high-end women’s clothing and accessories, as well as upscale furniture and home décor. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, we can offer these treasures at affordable prices and use a portion of proceeds to directly assist local breast cancer patients and their families.

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