To Fight Cancer, You Need a Team - One That is Tougher Together
But even the tough need champions, and that’s where Game On Cancer comes into play.
My girls, Agatha and Bunny, were a huge source of comfort and happiness for me throughout the pandemic. I lost my mom to ovarian cancer at the end of 2019 and then COVID hit. Having my dog Agatha by my side helped keep my spirits up while I was struggling with the grief I was experiencing. My mom was with me when I got Bunny in the Fall of 2019 and we had always shared a mutual love of horses. I truly believe that people and animals come into your life when you need them the most and that is why I have Bunny. She is a young horse currently in training and having her has helped me stay active, focus my energy, and celebrate the small achievements when everything else in the world seemed to be standing still. Both of my girls have helped me more than I can even share during this challenging time. Aggie is 2 1/2 and Bunny is 6 years old.
Vote for Bunny and Aggie! Every dollar is a vote and will help a local cancer patient and their family!
Cancer is a thief. It’s a disease that can steal not just health, but financial well-being, too. Imagine if cancer depleted your funds so you could no longer afford transportation to your chemotherapy appointments or buy healthy food.
I am raising money for Game On Cancer to ensure patients can get to their appointments, keep the lights on in their home and have access to life-saving medications. 100% of every dollar raised supports this mission and 100% is used locally.
Please join me and our Game On Cancer champions with a donation today? Your support will allow us to continue expanding services, research and financial assistance to thousands of people in our community every year. We are tougher together.
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