Every day, about 43 children are diagnosed with cancer, with 1 in 4 of those dealing with some type of brain tumor. On July 4, 2011, Olivia Rae Hudson was one of those diagnosed. Childhood brain cancer is the second most common cancer among children (after leukemia). At the Olivia Hudson Foundation, we believe that every child with a cancer diagnosis deserves a fighting chance. We also know, not every person or family has the large monetary resources to help in this cause. The foundation’s Rae of Hope program offers every person an opportunity to bring hope to a family whose child his suffering from this devastating disease.
Rae of Hope provides each person a chance to support and contribute based on his or her individual ability, starting with just $10 a month. If every person does his or her small share, a large impact can and will be made.
Will you join us and BE A RAE OF HOPE?
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