Looking for Inspiration? Check Out the Following Stories Regarding Children Fighting Malignant Disease
The inspirational stories that drive the work of Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation give a face and passion to the challenge of defeating malignant disease in children. Do you have a story to share? Please contact our office.
Sometimes fighting childhood cancer takes an army. The Santa Paula Police Department joined FORCES by going gold this month to raise awareness for pediatric cancer research. The Police Department from Santa Paula, California went Gold this September. The department wore patches embroidered with gold ribbons to show their support of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. The idea came from Sergeant Scott Varner and was enthusiastically … Read more »
The Power of One Never underestimate the power of what you, one person, can do – especially when it comes to fighting pediatric cancer! At PCRF, we believe one person can truly make a big difference. No matter your age or the means you take to support PCRF, you are empowering hope. Every dollar and penny counts … Read more »
Meet Sandi Lesko, a successful Real Estate Agent in Monarch Beach, California. With children of her own, it was easy for Sandi to see the value of supporting the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation. It only takes one moment for a child to be diagnosed with cancer and that child’s family changes forever. In that moment, the … Read more »
Sometimes children need a little boost from one of their peers to keep their spirits up. Danny Fariello was there to deliver the NVRQT Rally Cry in the form of baseballs with encouraging notes to those fighters. Danny has been an advocate for Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation through his efforts selling NVRQT embossed baseballs for … Read more »
Ian Engdahl Pediatric Melanoma In the spring of 2005 I was diagnosed with pediatric Melanoma. This had no meaning to me, I had absolutely no idea that I had cancer, or could possibly die. I was only four years old. Even though I had only been on this planet for four years, I was still … Read more »