Mission Statement

We recognize the diagnosis and treatment of cancer have a tremendous physical and emotional impact on the patient and family.

Wings of Hope Cancer Support Center assists those with cancer at all stages of their illness and helps families and friends cope with cancer in their lives. Our goal is to provide emotional support and guidance for people with cancer, family members and health professionals.

Who We Serve

Wings of Hope Cancer Support Center provides services to clients in southwest Iowa and the Omaha metro area.



DECEMBER 1-7, 2014 Wings of Hope VIRTUAL Bike Ride and Walk

Wings of Hope is sponsoring a VIRTUAL Bike Ride and Walk in 2014. For more information, click on the link below OR go to our Fund-raising Events page on our website.

DocumentVirtual Bike Ride and Walk Registration Form

Wings of Hope Sponsors "Gratitude Graffiti"

Wings of hope is excited to kick off our Gratitude Graffiti project. It's a way to bring our community together to take a moment in our hectic lives and pause to reflect on the many things we have to be grateful for. Gratitude Graffiti is a thirty day practice of purposeful appreciation of one's life through interactive art. It runs from October 30 through November 27, 2014. We will have Gratitude Stops located at different places around town. These locations or GRATITUDE STOPS, will act as a place where a person walking by can mentally note something they are grateful for or to take it a step further and give a gift to our community by actually writing what they are grateful for that day on a "Gratitude Graffiti" wall, a library card, on the sidewalk with chalk, or on a storefront window. Gratitude Stops can be found at: Wings of Hope Cancer Support Center Council Bluffs Public Library Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital The Senior Center. We will add to the list as we have different venues sign on.

Read more about the Gratitude Graffiti project in an article from The Daily Nonpareil.


Wings of Hope Annual Dinner

Ann Jones receives the Ken Petersen Vision Award
Ann Jones receives the Ken Petersen Vision Award
Karen Krause receives the Larry Hill Memorial Award
Karen Krause receives the Larry Hill Memorial Award
A good time had by all at our 2014 Annual Dinner
A good time had by all at our 2014 Annual Dinner

Prayer Shawls provided by the ladies of UMC Farragut, Iowa

The women of the United Methodist Church of Farragut, Iowa provided us with beautiful prayer shawls. We want to thank all the ladies for their time and love they put into the shawls. What a wonderful gift.



Pottawattamie County Community Grant Foundation give to Wings of Hope

The Pottawattamie County Community Foundation gave grants to local groups that give back to the community in a Friday afternoon celebration in April.
Wings of Hope received $1,600 to assist those with cancer by providing comfort care items, community information, and words of encouragement.
Each week we provide our local hospitals with "survivor bags". Each bag contains information about our programs, and general cancer information. They also include some personal care items just to make you feel special.
The grant will also help us provide our new program "Hope in a Jar". Beautifully decorated jars provided by Wings of Hope that contain inspirational messages. Each day you will have a different message to give you hope and inspire you.
If you have any questions about our bags, or any of our programs, please call us at Wings of Hope Cancer Support Center at 712-325-8970, and don't forget to check us out daily on Facebook.

" Hope in a Jar"
"Hope in a Jar"
"Hope in a Jar"


How You Can Help Wings of Hope

Wings of Hope relies on the generosity of many organizations and individuals for funding for its many programs. Click on the link below to make an online donation!

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