Through My Eyes: Week 3 Recap

Through My Eyes: Week 3 Recap

Written by Rachel Wood, Director of Marketing

We appreciate you reading, sharing, donating, taking action and asking others to do the same!  We have currently raised $21,300.70 through our Childhood Cancer Awareness Series, “Through My Eyes”.  We still have a ways to go to reach $50,000.  We know it’s huge, especially during these times.  But we won’t stop, we keep pushing forward for these kids.

Last week we featured young adult cancer survivor, Michael, and cancer teen, Rosse.  Teenage years are hard enough without having to worry about beating cancer. If you missed their perspective, you can read them here:

Stay tuned this week as we share perspectives from @levinechildrens oncology staff who are invested in working with kids fighting cancer day in and day out.  Tomorrow, we will start with Dr. Giselle Sholler, ISF Director of the Isabella Santos Foundation Solid and Rare Tumor Program at Levine Children’s. 

Thank you for following along this month, we appreciate the messages and the encouragement! 

If you’re looking for a way to make a difference year around for kids fighting rare cancers, we would love for you to consider giving monthly.  You would be investing in the long-term growth and ongoing success of our mission.



8.26:  A Glimpse into Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

8.30:  Cancer Free & Living Her Dreams

8.31: Through My Eyes: This is Childhood Cancer

9.1:  How Did “Through My Eyes” Start?

9.2: Through My Eyes:  Cancer Family Finds Light During Daughter’s Neuroblastoma Journey

9.7:  Through My Eyes:  Week 1 Results

9.8: Through My Eyes:  Cancer Parents Facing the Unimaginable… Twice.

9.10: Through My Eyes: Pediatric Brain Cancer Warrior Mom Manages Unusual Balancing Act Among Siblings

9.13:  Through My Eyes: Week 2 Recap

9.15:  Through My Eyes:  Osteosarcoma Survivor Thrives in College After Battling Cancer

9.17:  Through My Eyes:  15 Years Old & Fighting Cancer

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