In honor of our son’s memory and his love of the Lord, we are blessed to be able to help others in similar battles.
We invite you to join us.
So how can you help?
Simply put….”donations”. During a child’s cancer treatments, one parent usually stays with the child in the hospital. Obviously this helps comfort the child, and strangely enough…the parents too. Trust me when I say the parents don’t want to miss a thing and can also be of great assistance to the doctors and nurses. Nobody knows a child better than mom and dad. Chemotherapy, radiation treatments and bone marrow transplants can last for months at a time, often recurring even after the child is declared “in remission”. In today’s world, most families rely on two incomes. One of those incomes is lost during a time when money is needed worse than ever. An even more tragic situation is a single mom with multiple children, one with cancer. Try to imagine the burden this would present. This is where Cory’s Project shines. We assist family’s with some basic needs while they are fighting their battle. With the help of the wonderful social workers in the HOT Unit (Hematology, Oncology and Transplant) at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, (CHOW) , Cory’s Project is striving to help families with gas money, food money or a special gift to lift their spirits. Occasionally, a special emergency funding drive is implemented in response to a plea from the HOT Unit staff. We rely on your heart and generosity to help in these trying times.
Your donation will directly help the families and patients who suffer from pediatric cancer.
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