Angels of Hope

The Angels of Hope was established in 2008 to mentor and encourage high school juniors to volunteer in the community.  The purpose is very simple.  The Angels of Hope program promotes an attitude of “Service Above Self” in teenagers.   It teaches cancer awareness, encourages volunteer work and inspires girls to be leaders in the community.  The program continues to be a great opportunity to mentor a new generation of young women who are as enthusiastic about helping cancer patients as are members of the 20th Century Club.


About the program

The program is available for 11th grade female students.  Each Angel is responsible for achieving at least 25 hours of volunteer service for presentation at the 20th Century Club’s Hope Ball, held each spring.  There are 20 hours earned through required activities at the 20th Century Club’s Lodge, CARTI and cancer-related events, with the remaining hours achieved from a variety of other opportunities selected to fit a young girl’s busy schedule.   Angels of Hope must follow strict guidelines when volunteering.  Those include attire, communication, etiquette, etc.  The Angels are led by a 20th Century Club officer and committee formed of mentors to guide the girls through their year of service.

The Angels of Hope video, which was shown at the 2017 Hope Ball, gives a glimpse into a few of the activities, service and fellowship the girls shared throughout the year.  CLICK HERE to view it.

If you have received an email invitation or a letter of invitation and have an activation code, you may complete the on-line application for the 2018-2019 Angels of Hope class by completing the form below: