Grab Some Hope

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There is so much love out there, and love brings hope. Grab some."

Charlie Grant

Grab Some Hope

"Grab Some Hope" is one of the three core concepts Charlie believed can help people "Live to Thrive".  “Grab Some Hope” became Charlie's mantra throughout his illness.

To honor his legacy, we seek to inspire others to "Grab Some Hope" so that they can:

  • Heal and prevent disease
  • Face life’s challenges
  • Beat the odds
  • Enjoy quality of life 

 How do you "Grab Some Hope" in your life, or inspire others to do so? Please share it with us. Visit Keep Climbing and Chase Beauty for further inspiration

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