Circle of Hope Unveils New Logo

by | Jun 27, 2017 | Community

Circle of Hope is growing. In an effort to expand the scope of the nonprofit’s aid to local cancer sufferers, the originally breast-cancer-only organization added additional cancers to its Client Advocacy Program over the past few years, including the most recent, malignant melanoma.
Inasmuch as the program now includes male-specific cancers (prostate, testicular), it was decided that the charity’s much loved, pink, “Goddess” logo should be retired and a new icon created that would better represent the diversity of our services to both men and women. We looked for a graphic representation that would appeal to all, and evoke a positive, uplifting response.
We are proud to release this rendering of our new logo. Concentric circles to represent our good name and ongoing support of the community; three, non-gendered individuals reaching upward in hope; and the colors of the eight cancers we include in our program.
We hope you love it as much as we do. We now move forward with new educational materials that will better describe what we offer, how we help, and how others can help us. Watch for our new brochure, Support Group materials, Sponsorship Packets and helpful cancer information that will be easily attainable on our website.
Circle of Hope is dedicated to serving those struggling with cancer in the Santa Clarita Valley. For information on how you can be a part of Circle of Hope’s Client Advocacy Program, or for more information on the upcoming Vine 2 Wine: An Evening of Wine, Brews and Food gala and other events, call 661-254-5218 or write
Vine 2 Wine tickets are now on sale at
Circle of Hope Inc. provides financial, emotional and educational support to those diagnosed with cancer in the Santa Clarita Valley. See website for details. Circle of Hope is a 501(c)3, #20-0680327. Visit

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