Frederick cancer survivor raises money for local nonprofit through ice cream

FREDERICK, Md. (DC News Now) — After surviving cancer, a Frederick County man is now giving back with the help of the one non-profit that helped him during his battle with a rare disorder. Alex Johnson was 15 years old when he was diagnosed with a rare disorder that affects white blood cells. After undergoing…

Light The Night event remembers those affected by blood cancers

Rochester, N.Y. — Many gathered to celebrate, honor and remember those touched by blood cancers at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night event on Friday. Friends, families, schools, corporate teams and sponsors joined together in a walk with lanterns to bring light to the darkness of cancer. The funds raised by the community…

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…