Because of her, we learned there was little to no help for rare cancers. Because of her, we learned that young adults would not have enough assistance for their needs. Because of her, we learned to be grateful for every moment we are with our friends & loved ones. Because of her, we are humbled to be able to assist as many young adult cancer patients & their families as much as we can. Ally wanted to help and be a voice; we are here to continue her pursuit.
Spring is the time for new beginnings. Young adults look ahead to their future optimistically. In reality, many young adults are fighting for their lives with chemotherapies, radiations & any new protocol they can try right now. May 8th is also Mother's Day, so let's bring a gift of relief to a mom whose young adult child is battling cancer.
THIS May 8th, 2022, let's plant Seeds of HOPE together for them and donate today. We have awarded to date - $475,000 directly for patients for 'Life Interrupted Grants'™ for assistance in medical & living expenses, distributed almost 500 HOPE comfort bags to oncology suites, and aided in research of $100,000 to a global data base of SCCC.
We are still an ALL VOLUNTEER organization (wow, about that one!). Your help 100% matters! Please give today and bring hope and a little comfort to a young adult battling cancer.
WHERE FLOWERS BLOOM, SO DOES HOPE.
Thank you to Sue Lewin for the generous donation in memory of her cousin ( and Ally's) Norman Osit
Shout out to : Aunt Diane & Uncle Paul
Horton & Malone Architect
Jon & Resa Wallach