Hi my name is Hunter and at the age of seventeen I was diagnosed with colon and brain cancer. Throughout my journey I have been blessed with the most amazing family, friends, physicians and nurses who have not only taken care of me medically but have shown such kindness, support and generosity. I created Hope for Hunter, a nonprofit fund, as a way to give back and say thank you. Hope for Hunter provides Chemo Cozy jackets to pediatric and young adult oncology patients receiving infusions at Geisinger Medical Center and the Janet Weis Children’s Hospital. The jacket has access points disguised as pockets where infusions can be administered without the patient having to disrobe. A patient wearing one can stay warm during infusion therapy and the jacket looks and feels great. The Hope for Hunter Fund was established at the non-profit Scranton Area Foundation, also called Scranton Area Community Foundation.