Hyundai is thrilled to be doing our part for National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month with the Hyundai Hope on Wheels project. This includes the Hope on Wheels handprint ceremony, which will take place at John Hopkins University on September 21st. This event is an effort to raise efforts and awareness in the fight against childhood cancer. The National Youth Ambassador for Hyundai Hope on Wheels, 13 year old Hannah Adams from Florida, will be there as a special guest speaker. She will be discussing her battle against pediatric cancer, bringing hope and inspiration to others. Join us in the battle against childhood cancer by participating in this incredible cause against an awful disease. We are looking forward to banding together with the community to fight the issues caused by pediatric cancer.
Every handprint tells a story and with the Hyundai Give Hope a Hand theme, supporters can learn, share, care, and give to those suffering from childhood cancer. From sharing videos of brave children fighting the illness to posting a letter of hope to donating to the cause, the Give Hope a Hand program provides a fantastic platform to band together as a community to provide the kind of lifesaving research that our community needs. Join us on Facebook and Twitter to #EndChildhoodCancer and share your stories of hope. We would love to hear from all of you!
Hyundai Hope on Wheels awards over 30 research grants, which total up to nearly $8 million to help research to fight childhood cancer. That money is not just being donated to spread awareness of pediatric cancer, but is actually being donated to research in the battle against this awful disease. Hope on Wheels is also visiting Washington D.C. to advocate for our cause, in addition to holding a thought leaders summit and a national September tour.