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Be well and have hope :)



Angie Vitale Conley was our fierce Little Pink Ribbon Girl.  Angie was first diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 27. Throughout the years she never lost hope or allowed cancer to deny her living her life. She went on to marrying her best friend, Dan and giving birth to two beautiful daughters, Sofie and Hannah. In 2014, at 36, we lost Angie to metastatic breast cancer after the third and final diagnosis.  

In her memory and as her legacy, we have established Little Pink Ribbon Girl Foundation to honor her dream of supporting those facing similar cancer issues. This honors Angie’s lasting dream of awareness, empowerment and advocacy for those that must endure the struggles related to illness. 


Angie was driven by a single goal; to do her part in making the world a better place. 


Making A Difference in our Community

Hope Grants


We originally started helping our community by proving Holiday Grants in 2018. Christmas was Angie's favorite time of year. She loved decorating the house, cutting down a tree and spending time with friends and family. When Angie was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, she was fortunate to receive a monetary donation that assisted her to make her last Christmas with her family magical. Her wish was to continue helping those with cancer. 

In 2021, we have doubled our impact by providing grants to our community twice a year. We have financial grants available once in the Spring and another right before Christmas time. 


With this initiative, our goal is to provide monetary grant opportunities for those in need. 

Please check out Apply for a Hope Grant for more information. 

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