Event Date

June 17, 2017

Our Mission

The Festival of Hope is a grass roots fundraising event organized by volunteers committed to assist area cancer patients during the treatment.  

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Related Events


Because we live in such a wonderful area, there are other organizations and groups that hold fund-raising events in which the proceeds go toward the Festival of Hope.  The generosity of these organizations and groups goes beyond the money given. It is also the time, effort and creativity that is amazing and appreciated.
The Festival of Hope has benefited from people of all ages, from first graders to adults. 
Thank you Western Nebraska and Eastern Wyoming, you are incredible!!



Alliance Aerie 136 Eagle Riders


 This group of motorcycle enthusiasts sponsor an annual motorcycle poker run which is open to the public.

The Annual Poker Runs are held in August.  Details for past events were as follows: You and your bike may join the Run for a ten dollar entry fee at the Alliance Eagle Club (W. 3rd Street, Alliance, NE) between 8 a.m. & 10 a.m.   

For more information, call: 
Richard:  (308)762-1155  

Regional West Medical Center Endoscopy Lab

Courageous employees at the RWMC Endoscopy Lab hold an annual March Boxer Rebellion Against Colon Cancer.  They invite the public to join them for a family friendly 5K Fun Run/Walk.  Participants are encouraged to wear family friendly, outrageous, fun or just plain goofy boxer inspired, outfits supporting colon cancer awarenes.  This event is held at The Ambulatory Surgery Center, located at 4022 Ave. B Scottsbluff, NE. The 2015 5K was scheduled for Saturday March 21st and was a great success.

 (In case of inclement weather the event will be postponed).
Registration from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on the day of the race.
Registration is $12.00 per person.  Race time is 9:00 a.m.  


For more information, call:
Lucrecia: (308)630-2842

Brown Angus Ranch


 An Annual Summer Ride is hosted by family members of the Brown Angus Ranch.  The June ride starts with a trail ride winding through the scenic Wild Cat Hills lasting four to five hours. After the ride, guests can enjoy fun filled activities put on by the Brown family. Around 6 p.m. the pot luck dinner starts with a beef or pork entree, with entertainment to follow. Even if you do not have a horse, all are welcome to come and enjoy hayrides, the scenic view, the pot luck dinner and entertainment.
For more information, call:
Paula Dawn Brown: (308) 641-6494
Terry Brown: (308) 783-1264
Gregg Wurdeman: (308) 783-1003



Night of Hope


A Night of Hope is held in Sidney, NE usually in August and is a walk for cancer along with other activities.  Proceeds from this event help those in the Sidney/Cheyenne County  area.  Please check out their web site    www.nightofhope.com 


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