Our board member and dear friend, Andy Burr has signed up through Haymakers for Hope to fight against cancer. Haymakers for Hope is a 501(c)(3) charity organization helps train people to compete in a sanctioned charity boxing event to raise funds for cancer research, care, awareness and survivorship. Andy is raising money and fighting, Read More

September is childhood cancer awareness month. We decided it is the perfect time to host our first in person fundraising event in two years! Bowl Over Childhood cancer is on September 24, 2022 from 1-5pm at South Bowl! Ticket prices are $50 for adults and $25 for kids. The price includes: bowling, shoe rental,, Read More

On July 2, 2022, Chase and Ella held their 6th annual LemonAID stand in Ventnor, NJ at the Ocean Breeze Art Center. This lemonAID stand started in 2015 after Shane passed. Chase wanted to do something to give back and in memory of Shane. Ella was a bit younger then, but she was the, Read More

If you follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/HelpShaneFightCancer), you know we had a busy December. With the help of our supporters and the Kendra Scott store in King of Prussia Mall, we were able to support families through the Kisses for Kyle Foundation and The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Palliative Care Team. We bought individuals, Read More

Day 1 It’s here…September. For most, it’s the new beginning of another school year. Some parents are full of worry as their kids begin, hoping they like their teacher, find friends and flourish during the school year.We have those same thoughts, but most of all September brings us back to the most difficult part of, Read More

Join us Saturday October 19th as we run, get muddy and have some fun for Shane’s Future Days at the Tough Mudder Tri State. Whether it is your first Tough Mudder or you have done them before, come join us for a great cause and experience. All ages and fitness levels welcome, it is, Read More

        Well, it’s March and being snowed in has given me more than enough time to reflect. Thank you all for your comments on my recent post. I post as a healthy way to release my thoughts (I journal too). I do think that many of you who have followed our, Read More

Tomorrow is March. I don’t have to look at a calendar to know, I can feel it. The exhaustion, avoidance, sadness and dread has already taken over my body. Paul feels it too. He asked me last night why he was so tired. I just replied, “it’s almost March.” Grief is personal, random and, Read More

Can you feel it? The hustle & bustle of the holidays. I feel it too. I want to put into perspective what some families affected by childhood cancer are feeling. What we felt a short 3 years ago. What we still feel in terms of our grief. Some of the families we are helping, Read More