Meet our staff

By Sonia Hazan At Hope & Cope, we are very lucky! As volunteers, we get to work with amazing and dedicated staff. They nourish the patients and us, and during COVID times, have shown their flexibility and their ingenuity.  In this edition of Volunteer Voices, we...

Journaling: A Literary Support System

 By Marylin Smith Carsley Journaling represents an opportunity for individuals to express themselves freely and without judgement. In our fast paced society, we are conditioned to motor through life without taking the time to reflect. Writing in a journal is a simple...

A Few Good Men

By Guy Djandji United in their desire to make lasting contributions to cancer patients through their association with Hope & Cope, Rick Simoneau, Frank Pitman and Earl Pinchuk are three exceptional volunteers. To know them is to appreciate the richness of our...

Sign of the times: exercise goes virtual

By Guy Djandji Social distancing due to the pandemic has brought new challenges to the physical activity programs offered to patients. One question remains: how to adapt services which are, by definition, personalized and dependent on the dynamic created by the close...