Improving Health Outcomes in Young Cancer Patients

 
$7,389
$42,611
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Remaining
Dec 19, 2008

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For our work in cancer and obesity, HopeLab has been named one of Fast Company magazine’s 2009 Social Enterprises of the Year, along with eight other innovative organizations breaking new ground for the social good.

Fast Company recognizes Social Enterprises of the Year for “the kind the innovative thinking that can transform lives and change our world.” We’re thrilled to be named alongside groups whose work ranges from teen volunteerism to no-profit/no-loss drug development for the poorest of the poor -- it’s a fine list of dedicated folks doing their best to make positive (and creative) change.

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Organization

HopeLab

Redwood City, CA, United States
http://www.hopelab.org

Project Leader

HopeLab Foundation

Redwood City, CA, California United States

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