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Fighting childhood cancer: EEW President Dianna Hobbs to attend St. Jude ‘Celebration of Hope’ weekend

EEW Magazine President Dianna Hobbs to attend St. Jude Celebration of Hope weekend in Memphis, TN Oct. 13-15, 2017Article By Rebecca Johnson // EEW Magazine News

Share Dianna Hobbs, award-winning president of EEW Magazine, is always lending a hand to help those in need and shining a spotlight on worthy causes.

Fittingly, Empowering Everyday Women, Inc.’s philanthropic CEO accepted the invitation to head to Memphis, Tennessee Oct. 13-15 to participate in this year’s St. Jude Celebration of Hope weekend.

St. Jude pioneers research and treatments for kids with cancer.

“When I was asked to come to the St. Jude Celebration of Hope weekend, I was honored and it was a no-brainer for me,” said Hobbs, who heads up EEW's 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in a statement via her publicist, Amy Bertinelli.

“I believe that we are the hands and feet of Jesus in this world, and I’m so excited to be participating, and doing my part to be a blessing to this great work that greatly impacts families touched by childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases," she added.

During this inspiring trip, Hobbs, who founded "Be the Answer" micro-grants program to help families impacted by chronic diseases, will be among St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital partners representing industries that reach African-American consumers across the United States. Among them are radio, media, celebrity and record label representatives, as well as corporate partners, and religious leaders.

While there, Hobbs will go on a journey through the history of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital up to present day, giving her insight into the future of research and treatment for childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

She and this year's participants will be touring the hospital and hearing from patients fighting cancer and sickle cell disease.

"Learning more about the hospital and the families it serves will empower us to use our influence and broad platform to rally support for this important mission," said a spokesperson for EEW.

For years, St. Jude has been easing the financial load of families of cancer-stricken children by ensuring that they never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food. This is why the generous donations of the public are so important.

“I am eager to share my experience at St. Jude with my support network and encourage as many people as I can to get involved,” said Hobbs, who will be accompanied by her husband and ministry partner, Rev. Kenya Hobbs.

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