September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month! As our sweet Lymphoma Warrior continues her battle, I continue to strive for a brighter path for those who fight with and after her.
So far, our amazing impact of $5,200+ has fully funded a huge, beautiful, custom mural for her unit of the Children’s Hospital that will include her amazing drawing – the Warrior Unicorn Panda! We’ve also funded $100 for each year of her young life for games, books, LEGOs and other favorites for the many kiddos who will spend too much time in a hospital to fight their own battle. What’s next??
Join me in broadening the scope of the warriors we support. Continued funds raised will go toward organizations that fund advocacy, research, and financial support for those whose means cannot otherwise afford the support they need to face the fight. The three organizations we’ve chosen for this phase of our drive are two recommended as great support from our Warriors hospital, and an ever-obvious – the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. Take a peek!
O’s Impossibility Strong Warrior Unicorn Pandas Drive to Brighten the Battle of those forced to fight!
There are 4 easy ways YOU can support the drive in her honor:
- You can purchase any of One Mission’s great products and 40% of what you spend will be donated. (Link below)
- You can donate cash (One Mission doesn’t charge a platform fee).
- You can donate directly to any of these impactful organizations – indicate it as a tribute to her if you wish – and shoot me a note to add it to our One Mission Drive as an offline donation so SHE can see, from her community of supporters, just how impactful her story is!
- You can share this Fund with your friends and family!
Note: if you purchase or donate on the One Mission Drive, feel free to indicate in the supporter line (your name! If you wish!) and which organization you prefer to support. If none indicated, the funds will be divided among them! ♥️
The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation® honors the memory of Andrew, a 14-year-old athlete and ‘A’ student who battled AML Leukemia.
Andrew’s B+ blood type became the perfect message — BE POSITIVE — to reflect how he lived his life and how he inspired others to do the same. The B+ Foundation was formed to provide financial help to families of children with cancer, to support childhood cancer research, to advocate for more funding, and to spread the B+ message: “It’s not a grade. It’s an attitude.”
LLS Mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
Compared to other blood cancer nonprofits, LLS is the largest funder of cutting-edge research to advance cures.
Leading source of free blood cancer information, education and support for patients, survivors, families and healthcare professionals; LLS helps patients navigate cancer treatment and ensure access to quality, affordable and coordinated care. LLS provides information specialists, support groups, financial support and more.
Through nationwide grassroots network of more than 100,000 volunteers, LLS advocates for policies at state and federal level to remove barriers to care for cancer patients.
Mitch, a 9-year old battling cancer, withdrew money from his own savings account, placed it into envelopes and delivered it to kids on his pediatric oncology floor at the hospital. He asked his Dad to pinky swear to do it after he was gone.
Pinky Swear Foundation is committed to easing the financial impact of cancer, including rent, mortgages, car payments, car repairs, groceries, gas, childcare and more.