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Journeys of Hope

“We are all touched at one time or another by someone who is struggling with a cancer diagnosis. It is personal to all of us.”

Julie is a stage 3 ovarian cancer survivor. She turned to MOCA shortly after her diagnosis in 2021. Julie found the support she needed to navigate the ups and downs of this disease.

“MOCA is a place where I feel held and understood. There is no judgment. The group sessions, whether virtual or in-person, are serious—but there is also laughter and shared joy. Other participants have shared similar experiences with me.”

With MOCA, Julie knows she’s not alone. She also values MOCA’s commitment to ovarian cancer research. MOCA has now provided more than $11 million for ovarian cancer research focused on better treatments, early detection and one day—a cure for this disease.

“Please contribute what you can to MOCA so that we can continue to support those who are currently on their cancer journeys. We all need each other.”

You can support women like Julie and their families during Give to the Max, now through Thursday, November 16. The first $20,000 in donations to MOCA will DOUBLE for ovarian cancer research, thanks to a generous matching gift!

Double your impact for MOCA’s research during Give to the Max!

Click here to give now.

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