Families of children with cancer get helping hand from Ponte Vedra group

“Knowing that I was able to come home today and that we weren’t going to have to worry about a meal like, it just takes that stress away.” PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — Over 30 families with children suffering from childhood cancer now have a week’s work of healthy pre-made meals after a visit from…

Helping Jamie beat breast cancer, organized by Megan Mueller

Hi my name is Megan & I’m helping someone who’s been friends with me for over 20 years. Just that statement alone (if you know me) should be a reason to donate. Jamie’s shitty tittie story blog link below. Jamie was diagnosed with breast cancer early this year & completed chemotherapy last month only to…

‘Ride for Tayden’ hits milestone, keeps giving back

People gathered in Sherman, South Dakota this weekend for the 10th annual “Ride for Tayden,” an event named after a young boy who died from cancer nearly eight years ago. SHERMAN, S.D. (KELO) — People gathered in Sherman, South Dakota this weekend for the 10th annual “Ride for Tayden,” an event named after a young…

Nonprofit gives child cancer victims a place to move

Children who are battling cancer spend a lot of time in bed, probably too much. The National Cancer Institute has started encouraging those young cancer patients to get out of their beds and to move. One Chandler nonprofit is ready to help make that happen. The Children’s Cancer Network (CCN) has converted its warehouse into…

Art in Medicine Gives Cancer Patients Mental Reprieve During Care

Art in Medicine Gives Cancer Patients Mental Reprieve TAMPA, Fla. — Hospital stays are rarely fun. For those dealing with cancer, those stays are at times unavoidable. The Arts in Medicine Program has been at Moffitt for almost 25 years. The Arts In Medicine Program has been specially designed to offer patients and their caregivers a variety of opportunities…