WUSA-TV, Channel 9, in Washington, DC airs a piece about a pediatric cancer survivor and author, Julian Guichard, who shared his book, “The Boyed Who Loved to Play” at a Hope for Henry Reads event at Georgetown Hospital’s Lombardi Cancer Center. http://www.wusa9.com/news/article/180571/158/Young-Cancer-Survivor-Writes-Childrens-Book
Author: Hope for Henry (Hope for Henry lichty)
Agnes Phua, special to WTOP.com WASHINGTON — The children in Georgetown University Hospital cancer ward cannot go out to trick-or-treat tonight — but they still had a great time celebrating Halloween. Click here to read more
Once again, The Shops at Wisconsin Place in Friendship Heights, hosts a benefit for Hope for Henry. http://thecapitolfashionista.blogspot.com/2011/10/dc-style-event-passport-to-style-fall.html
The Georgetown Dish promotes The Shops at Wisconsin Place’s annual Passport to Style event, benefitting Hope for Henry. http://www.thegeorgetowndish.com/thelatest/passport-style-showcases-fashion-oct-13-charity-benefit
This video shows the important work of the Hope for Henry Foundation, a national organization headquartered in Washington, DC that focuses on improving the quality of life for children facing serious illness and prolonged hospitalization.
Hope for Henry Reads Transports Young Patients Into a World Filled with Excitement, Hope & Laughter Hope for Henry’s ﬁrst-ever hospital party took place in July 2005, with Hope for Henry “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” parties on the day the book was released to the public. Featuring fresh-oﬀ-the-presses copies of the new books...