ANYTIME OF THE YEAR!!! We Invite You to Make a Difference in the fight against ovarian cancer. Please send your tax-deductible donation to the Queen of Hearts Foundation to help us maintain our ovarian cancer research projects. Donate ONLINE now or contact us for more information about corporate match and goodwill programs. The Queen of Hearts Foundation wishes everyone a Happy 2014!!!
About the Queen of Hearts Foundation
Established in 2000, The Queen of Hearts Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for the research and early detection of ovarian cancer and in promoting public awareness and education about the signs and symptoms of this disease.
We are committed to making a difference in womens' lives. We want the women diagnosed with ovarian cancer to know there is hope for survival. We remain passionate that early detection, early awareness and intelligent medical attention are the keys to fighting this cancer. We are the only foundation in Southern California specifically dedicated to funding ovarian cancer research projects. Learn More »
2014 Tux & Tennies 12th Annual Tennis Tournament August 29-31st & September 1st and September 5-7th Party ~ Saturday September 6th
We will post your name and message in honor of all mom’s this Mother’s Day when you make a donation to the Queen of Hearts Foundation. Donate online now on the “Make a Difference Today” button. Happy Mother’s Day!
Living Your Vibrant Life! * 2nd Live, Love Laugh and Learn Luncheon Wednesday, May 2nd The Pacific Club, Newport Beach 10am Boutique commences 12noon Luncheon and Speakers 2-3pm: Boutique concludes Tables of 8 Shop at our Unique Boutique from 10am to 12pm, & then stay for a lunch presentation including UCI Gyn/OCs as well as local health expert, Sue Parks from WalkStyles, Inc. (More on our EVENTS tab) 10am Unique Boutique includes: **Stella & Dot…
If organizations like QoHF hadn't been doing research on my specific kind of cancer 15 yrs ago, I wouldn't be here today. Your donation may very well end up saving your own life someday.
— Elizabeth Courtney, OvarianCancer Survivor (2004)
There are also no reliable symptoms to allow doctors to catch the disease in its earliest stages. Research efforts are ongoing to develop an effective screening test and better drugs to combat this deadly disease. It is through the research funding support provided by the Queen of Hearts Foundation that these goals are likely to be achieved in the near future.
— Krishnansu Sujata Tewari, MD FACOG FACS Associate Professor, Principal Investigator - Gynecologic Oncology Group at UC Irvine Co-Chair - Clinical Trials Protocol Review & Monitoring Committee