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Giving Up $.96 To Save A Life

Picture your child walking into a toy story to pick up a toy that they saved up their money for. Your child is all smiles, gleefully trotting down the aisle as they've waited "FOREVER" for their latest "have to have this mom!" toy. They run up to the checkout aisle, eagerly awaiting to pay for… Continue reading Giving Up $.96 To Save A Life

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Finding Light in the Darkness Told by a Childhood Cancer Mom

When you are told your child has cancer your heart stops. I swear it! I remember being told my child had cancer and I immediately wanted to ball up and cry myself into oblivion. That is what I would consider the natural reaction, however, that isn’t the reaction you are allowed to have. You have… Continue reading Finding Light in the Darkness Told by a Childhood Cancer Mom

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Childhood Cancer & Mental Health- One Mom’s Perspective

Jessica Ladd, mom and childhood cancer advocate, has had a looming feeling in her heart regarding not just her little girl, Kacey and her battle with childhood leukemia, but with childhood cancer as a whole. Ladd felt that her positive attitude throughout a grueling journey would keep her and her family afloat, but when her… Continue reading Childhood Cancer & Mental Health- One Mom’s Perspective

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

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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