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   September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

A HUGE thank you to Calhoun Community College,  Huntsville Hospital Women & Children’s Center and the Huntsville Botanical Gardens for participating in “A State of Teal.” Buildings have been lighted teal during the month of September in recognition of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. To see all the organizations and buildings participating throughout the state, visit or like the A State of Teal  or the Lilies of the Valley Ovarian Cancer Awareness Facebook pages.

HH W&C teal

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On Friday, 9/19 and Saturday, 9/20, Downtown Huntsville Inc. will light the building on Westside Square teal for ovarian cancer awareness. Be sure to go downtown and see the sights. Friday night will be a Food Truck night!

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On Sunday, August 31, The Lilies of the Valley were at Joe Davis Stadium at the 4:00 pm game giving out ovarian cancer awareness information. We appreciate the support from the Huntsville Stars!

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Thursday, September 18, 2014, 6:30 p.m.. Join us for a special showing of NED: The Movie. Tickets now on sale. Tickets will be on sale until the day of the showing!



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 Our Mission

Ovarian cancer patients and survivors in Huntsville, Alabama and the Tennessee Valley region can become members of the Lilies of the Valley ovarian cancer support and awareness group, no matter where they receive treatment. The Lilies of the Valley Foundation’s mission is to educate, raise awareness, and disseminate information about ovarian cancer to ovarian cancer patients and survivors, the general public, and the medical community in the Tennessee Valley region. Our support group meets monthly and has awareness events throughout the year. We offer educational Teal Talks, resources and other activities for anyone interested in our cause. Lilies of the Valley is a 501(c) nonprofit organization.  Contact us at


Our Membership

 Lilies of the Valley membership is open to all ovarian cancer patients and survivors throughout the Tennessee Valley region, regardless of where or when they have received their treatment.  Many advocates, family members and friends join us often to help raise awareness about ovarian cancer.

 Our Organization

Lilies of the Valley is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization. Our Board of Directors meets quarterly to assure that financial operations uphold the organization’s mission statement in accordance with nonprofit organizational principles. Lilies of the Valley has no paid employees; we exist entirely from the work of our volunteers, the donations we receive and the funds we raise.  Our volunteers consist of survivors, family members and community members who want to help raise awareness about ovarian cancer.  

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