Wall of Hope

Tribute and Honor to

All those we love and will never forget

My beautiful Ginger kid was diagnosed with melanoma the first time in Feb, 2012. 4 months later, after 2 surgeries and 100s of stitches, he was declared “cancer free”.
Suzanne was a committed volunteer, supporter and friend of IMPACT Melanoma.
Jason “Jay” Farley was the loving son of Gary and Brenda and was a best friend and big brother to Matt Farley. Jay had several relatives and friends that he loved all so dearly. …
Jean, along with three other melanoma patients, shared her personal story as part of our Shades of Hope video. You can watch her story below. Sadly, Jean lost her battle on June…
Our son, Andrew Craig Marsh, grew up in Portland, Maine. He found great joy in spending time with his family and friends, and loved sports, both playing and watching them.
Our cancer journey has been a shared experience.
Marla Serwin was 55 years old when she passed away from melanoma in November, 2012. She fought long and hard, but with determination, hope and action that inspired her…