Cuddle Bear Drive — Raising Money for Children Cancer Research

I don’t know about all of you but I HATE cancer. Both of my parents died from different types of cancer. My dad had cancer in my preteen years to my last year of my teenage years then passes away. My mom got cancer a year after my father died and suffer from about 5 years before she passed. I will never forget cancer, but you know what I can do and so can you?

Donate to causes raising money for cancer research. I’m raising money this week for “Cuddle Bear Drive” with Usborne Books & More to help out children with cancer.

For only $25 you can order a set including a story book and stuffed bear to be donated to The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, NJ. Also, a portion of sales will go straight to the Scott Carter Foundation for pediatric cancer research. I’m so excited to be helping out little children who deserve a chance to life.

Just imagine you’re own kid(s) having cancer. I don’t know about you, but it’s my worst nightmare! So let’s take a stand and help raise money to bright these poor children’s day with a cute little book and book about hugs.

Did you know 1 out of 8 children don’t survive cancer? That’s so frightening to think about as a parent myself.

My campaign link ——> https://chuffed.org/project/abearlycuddlycause

Please donate and/or reblog because children deserves a chance to live. You can donate whatever you want to as well. Ever little bit helps these children! Thanks you in advance!

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3 thoughts on “Cuddle Bear Drive — Raising Money for Children Cancer Research

  1. kat says:

    This is terrific! Even though my family has been struck by cancer, too, my husband refuses to donate for cancer research. He always says I already donate since he is a cancer researcher and works way more than 40 hours a week. Though he IS working on things that work and his boss is starting to see the value in his ideas. Since this is for kids, I might have some luck persuading him, but I’ll be sharing this anyways. Best of luck!

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