On this Thanksgiving Holiday we humbly extend our appreciation to each of you for being such an invaluable part of our community of support. We are grateful for each of you giving so much of your time, energy and resources to support our mission and the needs of all young adults facing cancer in our community. Your generosity is impacting the lives of so many young adults and families that need our support.
Thanks to YOU we can CHANGE lives!
And for the many young adults and families spending this holiday in the hospital and/or without loved ones that are no longer with us, we ask that you keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
Cancer changes lives . . . so do YOU!
President & CEO
P.S. Check out our 2012 Annual Report to see the impact we are all having in the young adult cancer fight.
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