Chick Fil A Fundraiser
Thursday, September 5th from 5-7 pm at 3890 Pelham Road, Greenville, SC (off of I-85).
A portion of all sales between 5-7 pm will be donated to Angel Heart of Hope.
Please come celebrate with us! And bring friends!
Posted August 19, 2019
Because of your generous donations and the kindness of American Girl we were able to purchase an annual doll amount of 65 American Girl dolls+3 donated by American Girl and 30 mini dolls! We had 1 month to raise the money and prayed for God's will. We exceeded our goal and budget! This is the power of God!
A little girl in Romania who is in remission from neuroblastoma and received one of our pillowcase donations.
July is Sarcoma Awareness Month and Bereaved Parents Month.
Bella fought osteosarcoma.
www.caringbridge.org/visit/bellasjourney2 / Read Full Article
callie g. | Oct 8, 2018
isn’t it just remarkable how God works? i’ve never met any of you nor Bella, but her story and real faith and you guys’ story and real faith have given me hope. she made an impact on my life, and so do you all. the world is changing because you are continuing to let God work in you! i know this is true:
October 11, 2017
The Greer Citizen “TEEN ON A MISSION OF HOPE” by: Julie Holcombe / Read Full Article
To fight childhood cancers
by: Julie Holcombe
Like many teenagers, Bella Muntean’s average day consists of a full agenda.
The 14-year-old Riverside High freshman plays the flute and piano, recently joined the photography club and was a member of this year’s homecoming court. She also has an Instagram account with close to 20,000 followers, has been asked for autographs across the country and has launched her own charity–all while undergoing treatment for a rare incurable bone cancer.
“Basically I was really big into dance and gymnastics. I was very healthy and fit. I ate very, very well,” Muntean said of the surprise diagnosis.
Three months after a lump under her right knee was labeled as a common bone disease known as Osgood-Schlatter Disease, Muntean woke up unable to breathe with an extreme pain in her chest. Emergency x-rays revealed osteosarcoma that had spread to her lungs.
Upstate Parents April 2014, page 44
Honoree Profiles Written by: Chris Worthy * Photos By Cindy Hosea / Read Full Article Below
“Bella’s passion for giving began at a young age”
Isbella Muntean - Woodland Elementary
Working to make a difference for others
Honoree Profiles Written by: Chris Worthy * Photos By Cindy Hosea