Blog Posts, childhood cancer

Something Bigger Than You- Being Bold With Fourth and Gold

"You host the best events." I thought about that for a minute, "I host the best events"? It was a Monday night and we were sitting in the Dreams Come True room at the hospital living out my crazy idea of making 36,000 gold ribbons and handing them out to fans as they enter the… Continue reading Something Bigger Than You- Being Bold With Fourth and Gold

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Blog Posts, Pediatric Cancer

Living Life to the Fullest on a Pediatric Oncology Unit

Do you ever open the blinds in here during the day? I asked. Not really, she replied. I was pushing in the last few milliliters of a stem cell transplant. The room was dark, the blinds were closed and there was a stillness in the air. It was just me and her in the room.… Continue reading Living Life to the Fullest on a Pediatric Oncology Unit

Pediatric Cancer, Warrior Of The Week

Cancer Warrior, Freddie Taylor

 Fourth and Gold highlights a cancer warrior that has bravely and fiercely stood strong against childhood cancer. At Fourth and Gold, we want you to see the faces behind our drive and connect with them in a way you wouldn’t have been able to if you didn’t take the stand to demand #MoreThan4. These Fourth… Continue reading Cancer Warrior, Freddie Taylor

Pediatric Cancer, Warrior Of The Week

Cancer Warrior, Layah Collins

Fourth and Gold highlights a cancer warrior that has bravely and fiercely stood strong against childhood cancer. At Fourth and Gold, we want you to see the faces behind our drive and connect with them in a way you wouldn’t have been able to if you didn’t take the stand to demand #MoreThan4. These Fourth… Continue reading Cancer Warrior, Layah Collins

Blog Posts, childhood cancer

You’re Not Affected, But You Can and Should Still Care

I sat down to do an interview a few weeks ago and was asked "Why do you have such a passion for childhood cancer, you were never personally affected, right?" Right. I was caught off guard, the reporter was as friendly as ever and it wasn't a snarky question. It was a genuine, "WHY?". And… Continue reading You’re Not Affected, But You Can and Should Still Care