This Week We’ve Teamed Up With…
BASE Camp Children’s Cancer Foundation compassionately serves 200 families each day. Sadly, those numbers continue to grow along with the number of cases of childhood cancer. Although this non-profit operates on day-to-day donations, miraculously, they have never said “No” to a family in need. In honor of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month we have teamed up with BASE Camp to help them provide a year-round base of support for children and families who are facing the challenge of living with cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Every purchase made this week at The Hamper will contribute $7 to patients and their families. Give the gift of a safe haven today!
This week, we’ve teamed up with Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation to support the fight against childhood cancer! In recognition of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month, we have LIMITED EDITION shirts that are available exclusively at www.thehamper.org. Every purchase provides $7 in search of a cure! #cancer #fightcancer#cancerawarenessmonth
21 Month old Taya has been diagnosed, treated, and beat cancer before she has even had her second birthday. Though she is a survivor, Taya will have lifelong vision impairment as a result of the optic glioma that appeared before she was three months old. Thanks to a carefully planned treatment, as of last fall, Taya’s tumor has shrunk to the size of a pea, and is not expected to return.
This week The Hamper teams up with Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation help find a cure for Pediatric Cancer. Every year 1 in 5 children diagnosed with cancer will not survive. PCRF is working to make this number 0. For every item purchased on our site this week, The Hamper will donate $7 to PCRF to help them continue research in finding a cure!
Help us help children just like Taya become survivors. Bring hope to children diagnosed with cancer and their loving families, by purchasing a shirt at www.thehamper.org or simply sharing Taya’s inspiring story!
Gavin was 4 years old when he was diagnosed with ALL on New Year’s Day, 2010. After 3 and a half years of treatment, his cancer is now in remission. Gavin loves Legos, dinosaurs, Star Wars, and baseball. He hopes to be a paleontologist when he grows up.
His mom, Kim, wrote a book called “Hope Room,”chronicling Gavin’s diagnosis and the year that followed. Gavin’s family hopes that more research can lead to better treatments and an increased cure rate for children with cancer.
Please support The Hamper this week as we work with Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation to battle childhood cancer!