”Unlike a lot of people, I don’t feel powerless. I know I can do something. But anyone can do something, it’s not about being special. It’s about deciding to do it-to dive into work for peace and justice and care for everybody on the planet” ~ Patch Adams. In loving memory of Robin Williams, a brilliant and funny man who fully supported children battling cancer.
Here’s this week’s links…
Kids – Why We Fight
Zane Brown, 3, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in May 2014 and is about to start his 5th round of chemotherapy. And through it all, Zane continues to fight with a smile on his face. Please keep Zane in your thoughts and prayers as his battle is just beginning. You can stay up-to-date with Zane’s progress by visiting his Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/Zanesjourney themorningbullentin.com.au.
Non-Profits / Events / News
Kendal Nicol is not just beautiful on the outside she is beautiful on the inside as well. At just 14 years of age, beauty queen Kendal, who is representing South Lanarkshire in the Crown and Glory Scotland event, has been out collecting donations for the charity and managed to raise £106.70 in Dobbies, Sandyford, and £100 at the Forge in Glasgow. All donations she receives will go to the Dean Puplett Appeal. The Dean Puplett Appeal raises money for children and their family who are battling neuroblastoma. Thank you, Kendal! Best of luck to you!dailyrecord.co.uk.
Niamh’s Next Step is planning to give £150,000 towards a two-year project looking at new ways to kill neuroblastoma cells, the childhood cancer which Niamh died from in May 2012 after an 18-month fight. Niamh’s parents Sam and Chris are working with Professor Deborah Tweddle and her team at the Institute of Cancer Research at Newcastle University on this £300,000 project. To keep up to date with Professor Tweddle and her team’s research work, you can follow the blog at www.niamhsnextstep.com.northantstelegraph.co.uk.
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