Day of Hope Spring Carnival is Free for Cancer Patients, Family Members

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Posted By on February 19, 2020

Community Event Slated for Saturday, Feb. 29 at Cancer Support Community of AZ

Fighting cancer can feel like a full-time job for the patient as well as his or her family members, but an upcoming special event seeks to give everyone affected by cancer an opportunity to take a day off.

Cancer Support Community of Arizona’s Day of Hope Spring Carnival, presented by Chas Roberts, is slated for 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29 at the Cancer Support Community headquarters, located at 360 E Palm Lane in Phoenix. Free for patients, their families and anyone else impacted by this devastating disease, the Day of Hope Spring Carnival features family-friendly games and entertainment, food trucks, beer and root beer gardens, live music, and sports mascots, among other draws.

It also presents a prime opportunity for Arizona residents fighting cancer or facing recent diagnoses to connect, share resources or draw strength from others who have faced similar hurdles. For more, check out cscaz.org/DayofHope.

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