Who we are Helping

GIving Tuesday

ABRIEL At just 7 years old Abri was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma. After 2 years of treatments and trials Abri is cancer free and thriving. Although due to the severity of her treatments and cancer Abri will be undergoing an amputation below the knee. Now, 9 years old she has a passion for using her voice and experience to speak out and help kids just like her.

Brooklyn: At just 2 years old Brooklyn was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma. A year later Brooklyn was declared NED(No Evidence of Disease).
Although Brooklyn is cancer free she still has one year of treatment ahead of her. ACFC assists Brooklyn and her family with their travel expenses to New York. Because Neuroblastoma is so aggressive her family lives in fear of a relapse.

Mason: Mason was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer at 14 years old. After 2 years of constant treatment Mason continues to defy the odds and is truly a fighter that loves life. ACFC has assisted Mason and his family with out-of-state travel expenses for his medical treatment. Mason is currently undergoing an experimental treatment out of state; he is the first pediatric cancer patient in the world to receive this treatment.

Meet Tanasia, she was diagnosed on January 29th, 2018 with Hodgkin Lymphoma Stage III. Her diagnosis came following a six week period of being sick and multiple visits to her pediatrician. After numerous blood tests, scans, x-rays and biopsies, the family heard the words, “it’s cancer”. Tanasia started her first round of chemo on January 29th. Since she did so well through her first days she is able to continue her treatment on an outpatient basis. As of today, she has completed two full rounds of chemo. She will start round three this month, April 2018. Aside from our financial assistance and sunshine pack provided, Tanasia benefitted from a visit from one of our Therapy Dogs. Scroll to the Dog Blog section of this newsletter for full details and the heart warming pics we were able to capture at her visit.