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Southeast Texas Circle of Hope - General Funds

At Circle of Hope, we take pride in the fact that no one in our organization takes a salary and that we don't take a "cut" from any of the benefits that we host. Because of this, we rely on our annual fundraiser, Beaumont Pardi Gras, and donations from individuals and organizations. If you'd like to contribute to our General Operating Funds, you do that right here.

If you're looking to donate to one of our beneficiaries, just scroll down and search for their name(s).

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Hunter Cooper Benefit

Hunter is a son, brother, uncle, and friend.
He is a lifelong citizen of the Southeast Texas community. He worked in the construction industry for the last 15 years.
Last year, Hunter wasn’t feeling well and after some testing, it was recommended that he go to the hospital. During this hospital visitis when he would learn that there was a mass in his abdomen. He underwent more testing and surgery to find out it was Stage IV SmallIntestine cancer with metastasis to the liver. At the time of the hospital stay, Hunter wasn’t working and didn’t have medical insurance.And as you can imagine, the medical bills and expenses added up. Hunter is currently under an oncologist’s care and is undergoingchemotherapy.Throughout all of this life changing situation, Hunter tries to remain positive and hopes that his story can help others in some way.

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Kaylee Landry Benefit

Kaylee Landry was a 21-year-old student living in Bryan, TX, attending Blinn College. She was also working a full-time job and herfavorite thing to do was work out and spend time with her 90lb Lab/Husky, Enzo. After months of testing and Kaylee insisting to herdoctors that something just wasn’t right, she pushed them to do extensive lab work on her. At the beginning of March 2023, she saw anoncologist and the very next week she got her official diagnosis of Hodgkins Lymphoma. The next few weeks moved fast with moretests, port placement and the process of egg preservation. Kaylee’s chances of conceiving on her own are decreased significantly so shedecided to move forward with the egg preservation. Soon after that she began her 6 cycles of chemo. This consisted of 12 chemotreatments. After her 1st treatment, her hair started falling out so she and her sisters made the best of it and shaved her head.Towards the end of the 6 cycles of chemo, Kaylee had a PET scan and after several setbacks and 2 more biopsies, it was confirmed thatshe still has Hodgkins in her chest area. At the end of 2023, she started what was to be a 8 treatment chemo plan. Because herlymphoma was resistant to the first cycles, it was decided that she would undergo a stem cell transplant. She completed her cycles ofchemo at the end of February and is currently in the stages for the transplant which will require a 3-week hospital stay and then 1-2weeks staying near the facility in case of infection.The toll that this has had on Kaylee is something that no parent should have to witness. Through all of this, Kaylee is still in online classesand works two jobs. It’s been a long year but there is light at the end of the tunnel. Kaylee is ready to move forward and get back tobeing a regular 22-year-old who loves doing the things that she loves.

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Chad Seiley Benefit

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