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Canopy Cancer Survivorship Center hosts Valentine’s Day Afternoon Tea for Cancer Survivors and Caregivers

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At Canopy Cancer Survivorship Center at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center, volunteers came together to host the 5th Annual Valentine’s Day Afternoon Tea for guests who are currently battling cancer, cancer survivors, and caregivers on February 14, 2023.

This was Canopy’s first Valentine’s Day Tea since the 2020 event. Ladies came to the event dressed in High Tea fashion and enjoyed a proper English tea complete with amuse-bouche, hors d’oeuvres, pastries and delights made by the talented chefs at Memorial Hermann as well as a chocolate fountain provided by Fountains of Chocolate, a selection of teas donated by H-E-B, and sweet favors from National Charity League.

Marcella Herrera, Program Manager of Canopy Cancer Survivorship Center, thanked Canopy Volunteers, Memorial Hermann chefs, Junior League of The Woodlands, and the Afternoon Tea Committee for their support and hard work in making the event possible. The event was a special time for cancer patients and survivors to come together, share their stories, support each other during their battle and survivorship, and focus on Canopy’s monthly theme this February, self care and self love.

View photos from the event on the Hello Woodlands Facebook page:

Canopy Cancer Survivorship Center is the first-of-its-kind cancer survivorship center in Montgomery County that offers a wide variety of programs and services to address the emotional, physical and social needs of those touched by cancer. As a caring community of hope, healing and empowerment, Canopy enhances the quality of life for individuals affected by cancer and for those who support them during their journeys. At Canopy, there are a wide variety of programs and services addressing the emotional, physical and social needs of those touched by cancer. Canopy is located on the campus of Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center and is open to men and women, no matter where you were treated, and for any kind of cancer. If your life has been impacted, whether you were the patient or the caregiver, you have a safe haven at Canopy.

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