Tag Archives: Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

When will it be enough?

Waylin Grace, age 2. Stage IV Neuroblastoma. Nathen Trueblood, age 7. Stage IV Neuroblastoma. Kirin Brogan, age 4. Stage IV Neuroblastoma. Dominic Henriquez, age 19. DIPG. Four boys who lost their fights to cancer in the past 3 days. Four … Continue reading

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In memory of Isabella Santos, neuroblastoma warrior…

Little kids make a big difference. The children at Village Pines School raised $2,415 in the Alex’s Lemonade Stand’s Change Childhood Cancer Fundraiser…

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Thankful for the giving hearts of children and their parents…

I’ve posted before about the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation’s Change Childhood Cancer fundraiser that I’m doing at my daughters’ school. When I started the fundraiser in mid-October, I was modest in setting the goal. I figured each kid (there are … Continue reading

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Change Childhood Cancer Fundraiser Goal Exceeded!

I just made a $629.50 donation to our Alex’s Lemonade Stand Change Childhood Cancer fundraiser on behalf of Village Pines School in Miami, Florida. The actual amount collected so far is $647.92, but I ran out of change rolls and … Continue reading

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Children will lead the way…

Those of us who are active in trying to raise awareness of the childhood cancer world can name childhood heroes without even thinking about it: Isabella Santos Lane Goodwin Ronan Thompson Emma Joy Ford Ty Louis Campbell Alex Scott Avalanna … Continue reading

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The Inherent Innocence and Generosity of Children.

So after 6 weeks of talking about childhood cancer and wearing shirts and ribbons to promote awareness of childhood cancer, I decided that it was time to start doing something to raise money for childhood cancer. I learned via Facebook … Continue reading

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The Miami Herald Highlights the Nightmare that is Neuroblastoma.

For the past month, I’ve been trying to do my part to raise awareness of childhood cancers. I’ve blogged about it. Facebooked about it. Tweeted about it. I’ve worn my gold ribbon lapel and answered many questions about it. I’ve … Continue reading

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