NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation

HopeCircle Highlights

  • June Morse and Susie Farley with the City Proclamation for Hope Week!

    June Morse and Susie Farley with the City Proclamation for Hope Week!



HopeCircle provides a community of hope, support, and educational programming, free of charge for families living with a catastrophic illnesses.  Programs are designed to meet the needs of the patient, their caregivers and support system. 
HopeCircle, one of the five programs of the NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation,is funded through the foundation, memorials, honorariums and generous gifts from the community.

HopeCircle offers:
  • Free wig, hats, caps and other items for patients who lose their hair because of treatment or disease
  • A Resource Center whose healing environment welcomes patients and families
  • Family Support
  • Educational Programs and Resources
  • A lending library of books designed to inform, enlighten and inspire
  • Programs that support mind, body, heart and spirit through a community of compassion
  • Volunteer Opportunities


For additional informaiton concerning  HopeCircle services, or volunteer opportunities, please contact June Morse at (870) 936-7005, or Susie Farley, (870) 936-7004, The HopeCircle Resource Center is located in the NEA Baptist Fowler Family Center for Cancer Care at 4808 East Johnson on the NEA Baptist medical campus.


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  • Paige Bobo
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