Caring for Children's Cancer

by Sagamore Leadership Initiative - Sagamore Student Leadership Initiative Inc. - Coatesville, IN

Funders

6

Funded

$245

Goal

$500

Days Left

0

About

Caring for Children's Cancer

by Sagamore Leadership Initiative

We campaigning to help and support children’s cancer. As you can see, our name we made was #caringforchildrenscancer. We are planning on giving the money raised to St. Jude so that they can help treat the children and research ways to cure the disease.

St. Jude is a hospital that, with our support and support from other people, can help children without charging their families any money because they believe that the parents shouldn’t have to worry about finances or anything like that, but that they should just worry about their children’s lives. We decided to do this because we think that children should be able to enjoy their lives and not have to worry about whether this could be their last days on earth. Most children get to play, and we feel like we really can take for granted that gift that we have been given while these kids must be in bed all day and scared about their lives. Someone in our group knows someone that died at a young age because of cancer and she will talk about her in our video.

Matthew 25:40 says, “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’” We are serving God if we serve others and donating to St. Jude's Children’s Hospital is serving others because they use their money, effort, and time to help the sick and diseased and they could not do that without the support of us and you so we hope you can help us in serving God and others.

FUNders (6)

Tom Tuttle

Gift $50

Anonymous

Gift $50

Ron Rader

Gift $50

David Stauffer

Gift $50

Anonymous

Gift $10

Michael Dart

Gift $35

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Tom Tuttle said:

Proud of all of You!

April 19, 2019, 10:57 a.m.

Anonymous said:

I love seeing our next generation leaders making a difference.

April 19, 2019, 6:58 a.m.