Warrior Mom Initiative
Warrior Mom Initiative is dedicated to uplifting, advocating, and supporting moms of pediatric cancer warriors, fighters, and angels.
Annual event to host a group of moms to come together and indulge in a day of self-care
Showcase to promote awareness and fundraising for childhood cancer.
Mom Goodie Bags
Bag of items to be donated to local hospital for cancer moms around Mother's Day.
Bag to be given to parents on the day of diagnosis with self-care items to use during child's hospital stay.
Caiden was diagnosed with B-Cell Lymphoblastic Leukemia in June of 2020 right after the start of the pandemic. When his mom brought him in for his ultrasounds, she was unprepared to receive the news of his diagnosis. He is currently off treatment and thriving. He loves numbers, letters, drawing, and reading. He hopes to be an astronaut when he grows up.
Shaina found a large, rock hard lump under Drew's chin about 3 weeks before his 2nd birthday. Originally told it was a swollen lymph node, and sent home with antibiotics, the mass was getting noticeably larger and the decision was made to surgically remove it. While in surgery, the doctor came out with the devastating news that they had found the lump to be malignant and had to stop the surgery. Drew was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma just 14 days after he turned 2 in June of 2021. He had a tumor resection, 1 year of chemo, along with countless procedures and tests. In May of 2022, Drew had his 43rd and final chemo treatment. He is currently doing great and is attending pre-school with his little sister this year.
Max was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in June of 2020 when he was 18 months old. His parents asked for further evaluation after unexplained bruising and gum bleeding. After 2.5 years of treatment, Max had his final spinal tap, removal of his port, and his last chemo infusion. Max officially ended treatment in November of 2020 and is an active and happy child.
BY MOMS, FOR MOMS
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