Shane’s Future Days is so thankful to all our extremely generous donors and sponsors for our 2017 Celebration of Life event. 

You all contributed to help raise $17,000. 

Last year, we were able to expand our footprint as a foundation. We only hope this year we can go the distance!

Thank you for helping us along the way!


2017 COL sponsors

Southwest Airlines
Victory Brewing Company
Napa Valley Wine Train
Johnson’s Popcorn
Allegro Winery
Corner Bakery
Mohegan Sun Pocono
A Piece of Cake and Candy Too
H20ooohh! Indoor Waterpark at Split Rock Resorts
Wicked Cool Toys
Sabrina’s Cafe
Kisses for Kyle 
Philadelphia Flyers
Philadelphia Phillies
Philadelphia Union
Stampin’ Up!
In the Mix Event Group
On the Mark Woodworks
Adventure Aquarium
Chaddsford Winery
Uncorked Artist
The Santos Family
The Solms Family
The Ruch Family
The Rubinsohn Family
The Hunt Family
The Pottichen Family
The Kehl Family
The Michaels Family
The Hartz Family
Teresa Link
Rebecca Dobson
Kelly & Carter Moore
MaryJean & Steve Dixon
Bill & Helene Metzgar
Dan & Megan Metzgar
Andy Burr
The Lewullis family
The Metzgar Family
Chase’s Hop Shop
Kara Anderson, Kristan Holloway & Amy Maguiness: Plexus
Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom
Travel Set Go
Sterling National Bank: Neal Landerer
Omnicomp: Harvey Mindel
Firsttrust Bank: Ted Doman
Janann Ewing: LuLaRoe
Liz Falcone: Rodan & Fields
Philadelphia Zoo
Caesars Entertainment
Sunset World Resorts
Woodloch Resorts
Sahara Sam’s
SkyZone Levittown, PA
Pocono Raceway
Kendra Scott: Ardmore Store
Walnut Street Theatre
Anthony Rizzo Foundation





Our 3rd annual Celebration of Life was a success, despite some difficulty from Mother Nature!

We are incredibly proud to announce that we raised a little over $17,000 so far!!🎉🎉

There are many people to thank for helping make the day a success and for coming out and celebrating life and hope.🎗

Thank you to the players of the 07 VE Gunners and Fishtown Rowdies as well as their coaches and families for helping to kick off our event.
The kids played for Phil and the Stendardo family. Soccer was such a big part of Shane and “goal” was one of his last words.
We know he would have loved this addition.

Thank you to our families. We appreciate your love and support and on Saturday we couldn’t have prepared all the tents without your hard work!

Thank you to Scott and Mariah Starks Fata, Joy, Cecilio and Rose Santos and Dan and Megan Metzgar for helping run the tables and 50/50.
Thank you to Marc Rubinsohn for his great MC work and his fundraising efforts for the foundation.
Thank you to ASHS Mini-THON students who kindly volunteered their time, especially to Payton for her talented face painting skills.
Thank you to Chase & Ella’s McKinley Elementary school teachers who helped run and supply the snow cones.
Thank you to all our donors and sponsors and especially Kendra Scott for coming out and hosting a trunk show to further benefit the foundation.

Thank you to the staff Vereinigung Erzgebirge for helping us hosting such an amazing event.

Thank you to all of you who braved the weather on Saturday and helped us celebrate the day. These events don’t work without all of you, thank you so very much.

Thank you to those who generously donated even though you couldn’t be there.

Our COL is about truly celebrating life, appreciating every day, giving your kids an extra hug and raising money further childhood cancer research to build upon hope.

Thank you

Shane’s Future Days was nominated as one of the Top 75 Childhood Cancer Blogs by Feedspot. We came in #42 and are in great company. Thank you for the honor!

This picture was my first and only Mother’s Day with Shane.

Today, I am a mother who cannot celebrate with all of my children, but I can celebrate my accomplishment of being their mom. Time moves on and new beginnings are upon us, but I am changed forever by my precious boy.

In his short time here, Shane taught me to appreciate the beauty of each day and how precious life’s moments are.
I will never doubt my ability as a mother or the things I can push myself to do for the sake of my child.
Even if that meant letting go.

Happy Mother’s Day to all of you….moms, moms to be, moms who lost, moms of sick children, moms who are trying to conceive, and those who aren’t moms by blood, but play the role of one…..celebrate you.