“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” ~Winston Churchill

Through the support of our organization, we can enhance one's Survivorship Journey by providing them with a variety of coping outlets that have proven to be not only beneficial, but essential, for the emotional and spiritual well-being of them and their support systems, but we need your help!

​Getting involved with the Cope Well Foundation on any level is a meaningful and powerful way to honor and remember a Survivor you know or to support your own Survivorship Journey. Whether it be as a Cope Well Mentor, Partner, Leader or Volunteer, there are a variety of ways to get involved! If you're interested in supporting the efforts of the Cope Well Foundation by participating in any of these programs, please Connect with us today!

If time does not allow for you to get involved with one of our programs, you may also choose to make a financial donation. For ONLY $10.00, you can fund 1 ‘Cope with Hope’ Survivor Sack and make a difference in the life of a Survivor! To fund a ‘Cope with Hope’ Survivor Sack, please visit text.gives/copewithhope or simply text 'copewithhope' from your phone to 843-606-5995. We even have options where you can request your Survivor Sack(s) to be sent to a specific Cancer Center, a specific Cancer-related group or organization or even a specific Cancer Survivor with a personalized note to make it that much more special. If you wish to make a special request or include a special message, please fill out the form on our Connect page and add your notes to the Message box!

AND, if neither time nor money allow, you can always support our mission by saying a simple prayer for the emotional and spiritual well-being of Survivors everywhere. From all of us at the Cope Well Foundation, THANK YOU for your consideration! Your support will forever make our efforts to enhance the lives of Survivors much more meaningful and affective!

​“Never get tired of doing little things for others. Sometimes those little things occupy the biggest part of their hearts.” ~Unknown