Dolores Hope, born Dolores DeFina on May 27, 1909, in Harlem, New York City, was an American philanthropist, singer, and wife of the legendary entertainer Bob Hope. Dolores had a passion for music from a young age and pursued a career as a singer, performing in various venues and on radio broadcasts. Dolores's life changed when she met Bob Hope in 1933 while performing at the Vogue Club in New York. The couple soon fell in love and got married the following year. Dolores became an integral part of Bob's career, providing unwavering support and companionship throughout their life together. Dolores and Bob were not only partners in life but also partners in philanthropy. Dolores was deeply committed to charitable work and dedicated her time and efforts to numerous causes. Together with Bob, she tirelessly entertained American troops and raised funds for various charitable organizations, particularly those benefiting veterans and servicemen. Dolores was known for her warm and gracious personality, always ready to lend a helping hand and spread joy through her music. She often performed alongside Bob during his USO tours, bringing comfort and laughter to the men and women serving in the military. In addition to her philanthropic work, Dolores released several albums throughout her career. Her soothing and melodic voice captivated listeners, and her music resonated with fans across generations. Dolores Hope's contributions to philanthropy were recognized with various honors and awards, including the prestigious Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award. Her dedication to helping others and her unwavering support of the military and veterans left an indelible impact on the lives of many. Dolores Hope's kind-heartedness, her musical talent, and her commitment to making a difference in the lives of others remain an enduring testament to her remarkable character.