Lisha Writes

1. My tiny donation won’t make a difference.

2. They’ll never find a cure for cancer.

3. Those charities don’t give enough of the donations to the cause.

4. I won’t make a difference in the life of any one person.

5. It doesn’t really affect me.

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Do any of those sound familiar?

Here are a few facts:

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1. Every dollar matters. I’m pretty sure no one reading this can donate a million dollars. But if everyone who reads this would share it with a few friends, and each one donated $2, we could put thousands of dollars in the hands of researchers in no time flat. (But just in case someone is reading this who can donate a million dollars, that would be really awesome!! In fact, if…

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  1. I just read your post on Mamapedia. My 3 year -old was diagnosed with cancer 2 months ago. I have heard of St. Baldrick’s but never knew all of the details. I have been a little overwhelmed and haven’t had the chance to look into it. Thank you for posting. I think I will be doing it next year.

    1. Thank you for reading my article. I am sorry about your son. My sympathies are with you as we are together on this very hard and long road. Please try to stay positive, and don’t shut anyone out who is there to comfort, console, or offer help. I know all too well the uncertainties that are before you. They are still with my family, as well. But just know you are not alone, and take advantage of utilizing services provided-such as your case workers, etc. Best of luck to you and your son. You will be in my prayers.

      1. Thank you. Its actually my daughter but is hard is all of the uncertainty ahead. I am grateful for your site; it is helpful.

      2. I am sorry! For some reason I misread it as your son. My brain has gone on permanent vacation. Please forgive me. I am praying for your family and your daughter.


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