In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the I Care I Cure Childhood Cancer Foundation is working with middle and high schools all around the country to establish service clubs so that kids can make a difference in helping kids with cancer. If you want to honor a child who is or has battled cancer, the service clubs are a perfect way to raise awareness and let kids know that they are the ones that are going to find the cures. Find out more… Continue
Added by Beth Besner on August 31, 2009 at 8:49pm —
2009 Tournament Champions, Team Berlin Police & Fire
On Sunday, August 23, 2009, we held our 7th Annual softball tournament benefiting Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation in memory of my mother, Theresa Gigliotti. My mom was the most giving and loving person I have ever known. She would take people in or give the shirt off her back to someone in need. She always put others before herself. On March 2, 2003 the world I knew was taken from… Continue
Added by Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation on August 31, 2009 at 4:48pm —
It's two years, two months, two weeks after Fathers Day 2007; diagnosis. What was it like before then? I can remember events. But now, after everything that's happened.... What did I used to think, how did I feel? Who was that guy? He's gone....
Added by AJs Dad on August 31, 2009 at 2:44pm —
and our girl should be starting kindergarten today but she's not.She should be riding the bus with her big brother and all of the other kids in the nieghborhood.I stood at the bus stop with our son who's starting first grade and took pics and videos of him and his friends and it was all I could do to not have a meltdown right there.I looked at the other little ones getting on the bus for the first time and all I could do was think of Maggie.How I would be so proud of her and scared out of my… Continue
Added by Helen Achuff on August 31, 2009 at 9:44am —
As I’m sure many of you know, it is impossible to put into words the sense of despair you feel when you hear the words “your child has cancer.” It was no different for us when we found out that the “bump” on her face was ultimately cancer; and not just any cancer, but a type of cancer that her doctors had never seen before. If that weren’t enough, we found this out after the tumor had been growing for 9 months and had been misdiagnosed 3 times.
So here we are, two+ years of chemo… Continue
Added by Brett Powell on August 30, 2009 at 11:34pm —
Our story. September's Kansas City Parent magazine features my family's experience with cancer -- Lane's battle with neuroblastoma and our life transformation. Read our story at the website below or pick up your copy of KC Parent at businesses throughout Kansas City.
Added by Kara Cunningham on August 30, 2009 at 9:30pm —
Team Unite September Gear Now Available!
We are very pleased to announce that the Team Unite September Gear is READY!
Please let your friends and family know that this is one way they can show their support next… Continue
Added by Heide Randall on August 30, 2009 at 10:32am —
Don't forget to RSVP for Heroes & Halos, which will be Saturday, Sept. 12 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at Fall Leaf Farm, near Eudora, Kansas. There's only a few more days to RSVP.
Heroes and Halos will be a WONDERFUL celebration for children and families affected by childhood cancer or who support childhood cancer.
Some of the highlights:
- Each family will get a goodie bag of wonderful gifts including coupons, freebies, etc.
- Fabulous family fun -- carnival games,… Continue
Added by Kara Cunningham on August 28, 2009 at 3:57pm —
Kyra has been battling this disease for 6.5 years. Hard to believe - she's only 8. Like all of us for whom this tragic horrible disease has touched, our child and our families, it takes enormous energy to just get from one day to the next. I have been so centrally focused on daily survival over the years - emotional, physical and financial that looking outside of that bubble was more than I could bare. If I was struggling that hard inside the bubble - the outside would be a hell of a lot worse… Continue
Added by Carrie Michelle Powell on August 27, 2009 at 1:28am —
This evening the mayor of Georgetown gave us the proclamation at the city council meeting. We had many of our friends attend. Many of Ishani's class mates were there too. It was very emotional. I gave a 2 min talk before the mayor read the proclamation - first time I am speaking in public about cancer. My voice did quiver a few times, but I got through it. Kept telling myself that if our kids are so strong I should atleast be able to do this! We… Continue
Added by Dash Wallooppillai on August 25, 2009 at 10:12pm —
hey all. i've been perusing the website i help maintain-- http://www.icyou.com -- and i came across our channel devoted to childhood cancer. it's our FindACure channel. now we have many videos from many users all centered around childhood cancer and what we can do as a community and as individuals to help all the kids who are suffering, and this particular channel has four videos. they are all great videos-- here's the link http://www.icyou.com/search/node/childhood+cancer?page=1 -- but we're… Continue
Added by Kevin McCarthy on August 25, 2009 at 10:03am —
Added by Lisa Molina on August 24, 2009 at 9:35pm —
Danny Callahan Continue
Green world, love the chloroform
Front porch in the thunderstorm
Controlled chaos, confused energy
Stop reading the weather charts
Stop counting the playing cards
There's no system, there's no guarantees
That the love you feel and carry inside
Can be passed
But you try, I know you do, you still…
Added by AJs Dad on August 22, 2009 at 11:00am —
On August 5th, 2009, we demanded scans of Mattie since he was having increased pain, and we discovered that his cancer had spread to many places in his body. We have lost the battle against the cancer and are now no longer treating his disease, but rather focusing on making Mattie's remaining days with us as enjoyable as they can. This has come as a terrific shock, that has only been compounded by a year filled with depression, sorrow, pain, anguish, and fatigue.
We cannot say thank… Continue
Added by Peter Brown on August 22, 2009 at 10:42am —
Hello Everyone! Just a quick reminder to please go check out this great offer from Songs From the Music Box! Free shipping on all purchases for today only. Proceeds are to benefit the Curesearch fundraiser that Songs is hosting!
ONLY ONE sale today so far. *sigh* Help kids that have been affected by Cancer.
Please help spread the word as there are only a few hours left.
Added by ZackCaileeMom on August 21, 2009 at 10:30pm —
We're having a big party to help raise funds for childhood cancer research and our projects to help improve the lives of local kids battling pediatric cancer.
Join us on Sunday, October 11 from 5pm-8pm for food, drinks, music, live/silent auctions, and an opportunity drawing at the San Diego Hall of Champions in Balboa Park!
Tickets $125 each
Dress is cocktail attire.
For tickets, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 858-551-5885.
Added by The Seany Foundation on August 21, 2009 at 5:24pm —
I have just published a children's book to help support The ShelbyR Foundation's programs!
TSRF's programs help support children financially who are battling cancer and support children who with hospice/palliative care.
Shelby and Cricket Bunny!
is a 28 page beautifully illustrated children's book inspired by my daughter Shelby. During her journey with Leukemia, Shelby (age 2 years and 2 months) would slip into a persona she called… Continue
Added by Kimberley Rodriguez on August 21, 2009 at 11:30am —
When I encounter people as wonderful as Liz and Jay Scott, as well as the rest of the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation crew, I sometimes wonder if people are really as good as they seem. Can they really be so giving by donating so much of their time to helping other people? Yet as I have spent time at the foundation over the past three weeks as part of the Julien Krinsky Career Builders summer program, I have found that everyone is just as great, in… Continue
Added by Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation on August 20, 2009 at 12:24pm —
Through this Friday, 8/21/09, I am offering free shipping at High Strung Beads, Etc. Please enter voucher code FREESHIP during checkout.
I am also donating 51% of profits of the I Can Be Your Child Bracelet instead of the usual 50% through 9/19/09 in honor of their Triathlon. Learn more about this organization at http://www.icouldbeyourchild.org
Thank you and blessings,
Added by Sue Pompetti on August 19, 2009 at 4:18pm —
Hardin County, Tennessee- August 17, 2009
At the monthly County Commission meeting, County Mayor Kevin Davis presented a motion to proclaim September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. My son, Aaron Bell, and another local cancer kid, Abigail Young, will be pictured in the local newspaper with Mayor Davis. I'm so excited!
You can read more about Aaron at www.caringbridge.org/visit/aaronbell. Abigail's site is www.caringbridge.org/visit/littleabigailyoung.
Kristie m/o Aaron the… Continue
Added by Kristie Bell on August 17, 2009 at 10:28pm —