While we see many sad stories about children battling cancer and what their families are going through we also see stories about people making small gestures that mean so much to these families. This news clip is about what some construction workers are doing that means so much to some parents who have a child at Boston Children’s Hospital. Some of the children mentioned in the story are children that we have sent hats to and come to know. They are the ones in the collage.
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When Jay Coakley began collecting hats to give to cancer kids who lost their hair to chemotherapy, he expected the initial rush of donations to quickly slow. Two years later, his charity, which by Coakley’s count has sent 10,000 hats across the country, to Europe and the Philippines, and also provides gift cards, iPads, crayons...
October 03, 2015
Virginia DECA Goes Gold for Childhood Cancer
The Virginia State Officers planned a week, in September, to help raise awareness of childhood cancer. They called it DECA Goes Gold. Many schools took part in activities, to raise awareness, throughout the week. Here is a link to the post on the DECA website. Post