You were but a child Young, inquisitive, innocent Like the very breath of life The embodiment of all things pure The beauty between never and forever An enrichment to all you touched Then everything tumbled down Dreams shattered, crumbled Yet, that was never the…Continue
Added by C. Hood on July 28, 2010 at 4:20pm —
Heroes and Halos National Childhood Cancer Awareness Day Celebration is fun-filled event for children and families affected by childhood cancer. It gives children that are battling cancer a chance to just be a kid and have a day of fun away from the hospital. It is also an opportunity for families that have lost children to cancer to memorialize and remember their special angels.
Heroes and Halos is a free event for families affected by childhood cancer. It features food, live music,… Continue
On Saturday, July 17th, 2010, a few of our staff members decided to skydive to help fight childhood cancer! We teamed up with The Policemen's Benevolent Association, Local 362 for The 5th Annual C.U.F.F.S. (Cops United Free Falling Spectacular) event! We can't wait for next year and hope that you join us! www.CuffsEvents.com
I'm writing this for anyone who read my last post. The victory of Kendall turning five years old lasted exactly one day. The morning after his birthday we were informed that the painful lump on his shin is indeed a tumor, that it is filled with leukemic cells, and that it is much more aggressive than the one they found in January. Many more tests have to be run, but they are already discussing chemotherapy in addition to the localized radiation. The donor cells were the only thing keeping his… Continue
Today my very special little friend Kendall turned five. What once seemed like a hopeless dream is now reality. Kendall was two when he fought the worst parts of his battle against JMML. We came so close to losing him so many times; our year in the trenches. It seemed like children were dying all around him. It was such a terrifying time. The fear was overwhelming, just as our love for him was overflowing. I remember his third birthday. I broke down and cried for what seemed like an eternity.… Continue
Only one more week until they tally the votes! We need just 300 more votes to make the top 200 orgs and receive $20K that we can use for Seany's pediatric cancer research and clinical trials. Vote today!
is the Fourth of July. Our country's birthday. And, thus, the start of our government. What do you think our Founding Fathers would say about our country's priorities with regard to cancer funding for research? Would they ask why we don't protect children first?
Surely they would want to know why Congress won't fund the annual $30 million…Continue