Singletons Moms Amy

“I tell people about The Singletons all of the time!” ~ Amy, who received help from The Singletons from 2011-2013

As a single mom who worked as an office manager at a veterinarian’s office, with a daughter in high school and a son who was already out of the house, cancer was the last thing on Amy’s mind. But that all changed one November day in 2011. She found a lump the size of a little pea and immediately called her doctor for a screening. The next ten days would tale-spin her into a completely uninvited new world. She had a consultation with her doctor, a radiologist sent her for a PET scan, followed by surgery for a lumpectomy – all within ten days of having found the lump. Read more

Dad Kevin and boys

“The Singletons are an extended family. They took me in like they knew me.
It’s a no-judgement organization. They don’t know who you are or where you came from.

And it doesn’t matter. I was perfectly stable and fine until I got hit with cancer, and it changed my whole world from that day.”

Kevin is a Singletons father fighting a very rare form of cancer. At 34 years old, Kevin worked hard as a superintendent in construction to support his two boys as a single dad. Being a young man in his prime, nothing could have prepared him for what was to come.

On a quiet afternoon in October 2018, Kevin fainted and broke his neck falling down in his hallway at home. The fall broke his neck and his oldest son, just 8 years old at the time, found him and bravely called for help. Read more

Singletons Mom Jen

Jen first found a lump in her breast on a cool September day in 2013 while playing with her 3-year old son. Her doctors found it was benign. But five months later, she found another lump, this time it was a very aggressive form of breast cancer, two tumors barbelled together.

Dianna

Each of our Parents has a story,  meet Dianna, a single mom with two beautiful daughters. Read more

Phoenix Mercury

The three-time WNBA Champions Phoenix Mercury donated 37 game tickets to Singleton Moms and their families where the team named ESPN reporter Holly Rowe the team’s 2016 BBVA Compass Bright Futures Woman of Inspiration. Rowe was honored as “a pioneer who has risen to the top of a historically male- dominated field. Most inspiring of all, she has not allowed her current battle with cancer to keep her from doing the job she loves with her trademark energy, enthusiasm and smile. Holly is an inspiration and we feel fortunate to be able to honor her this year” stated Mercury Vice President of Operations Vince Kozar. Read more

Volunteers, Melissa, Alex, Jessica and Lindsay transformed Singleton “Mom”, Renee’s, master bedroom through their Room for Recovery Program. Read more

Mom Dani T and son

Our Mom Dani, was a beautiful and strong woman.  She was “Mom” to her 16 year old son. She was a pillar in her community. Read more

Huge Shout out to all the Hair and Make Up artists who generously donated their time to help our Singleton Moms look amazing for the 7th Annual Masks of Hope Celebration!

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Scarf Thank You
Every October for 3 years running local business owner Julie Kent at Here On The Corner boutique in Tempe holds a Scarf Love event where she donates hundreds of beautiful scarves for our Singleton Moms.

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Singleton Santa 2015

HUGE THANK YOU to everyone that participated in this years Singleton Santa program!!

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