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About Us

Jamie’s Personal Journey

Not only is Jamie Gilmore a pediatric cancer survivor, but she continues to fight a rare form of cancer called acinic cell carcinoma. At the age of 30, her cancer relapsed for the fourth time. It had originated in her parotid gland, but has now metastasized into her pelvis and lymph nodes. Since June 2012, Jamie has been receiving weekly chemotherapy and is currently fighting the largest mass to date, all while helping leave a legacy by founding the Jamie’s Hope Foundation. Click here to read more…

Pictured left: Jamie’s father, Earl Gilmore, surprised her when he too shaved his head. He helped turn everyone’s tears in laughter. Thank you to Tane Jones (hair), Wendy Martin (makeup) and Al Torres Photography for capturing this special moment in Jamie’s Cancer Journey.

Our Mission

Jamie’s Hope supports personalized medicine research at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center while helping those directly affected by cancer and raising awareness on cancer prevention and early detection.

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What We Do

Each year, Jamie’s Hope raises tens of thousands of dollars to support the ground-breaking Targeted Therapy Research at MD Anderson and aides families in Houston area who are on the front lines of the battle against cancer.

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Our Team

Our team works year-round to produce top-notch fundraising events benefiting MD Anderson Cancer Center while participates in and producing events for other charitable causes that support the Houston community and those directly affected by cancer.

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Find Us

Jamie’s Hope
5858 Westheimer, Ste. 708
Houston, Texas 77057

 

We are located on the 7th floor of the blue mid-rise, right behind Houston’s restaurant on Westheimer.

Helping Those In Need

Jamie’s Hope was established to accelerate groundbreaking research in Targeted Therapy at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center while supporting the Houston community by helping those directly affected by cancer.

The Jamie’s Hope team works year-round to produce top-notch fundraising events benefiting MD Anderson Cancer Center while participating in and producing events for other charitable causes that directly affect the Houston community.

Don’t Forget to Rock Your Wristband!