Barbara Richter

Many years ago, one of my dearest friends, Yvonne, was diagnosed with leukemia. Yvonne was brought to City of Hope and they started treatment immediately. Fortunately, her older brother was a bone marrow match for her so she was able to get a transplant. Her treatment was excellent and this gave my dear friend another five years to live, work, see her children grow to adulthood and become independent. This is the reason I will always support City of Hope even though I am retired and on a limited, fixed income.

I will continue my support with as much as I can afford into the future.

This is a wonderful institution and the first place I would recommend to anyone I hear about who is diagnosed with cancer.