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Important news update from a fellow Little Star Foundation family member. Emily can use your cheer and prayer support. We first met Emily in 2002 after she was diagnosed with biphenotypic leukemia. Emily attended our children's cancer camp programs and immediately became part of the foundation's long term care and support programs. As you can see from Emily's Holiday message for everyone, she has been diagnosed with cancer again. Let's send Emily good cheer, great energy and special prayer support. Happy Holidays everyone! Love, Andrea
To: andrea <email@example.com>
Subject: thank you for the Christmas present
hey everyone. I just wanted to say thank you for the Christmas present and to check in with everyone there. update: I just got married and we just
closed on our first home :). we are very excited. on a not so happy note I was diagnosed with breast cancer shortly after the wedding. I've had a bilateral
mastectomy and I start chemo next month then I'll do radiation after that. we have all the hope for recovery. I hope everyone there is doing well and I hope
you all have a wonderful Christmas :)
The Jeff Crawford Scholarship Program was established to help defray education costs to Foundation participants. Teenagers battling diseases and teenagers on or off active treatment can continue their education process through university or vocational establishments through our scholarships named after Jeff Crawford.
Jeff lost his life to cancer and is the younger brother of Cindy Crawford, who is an over 15 year supporter of Little Star Foundation.
Little Star Foundation hosts children from all walks of life and all corners of the globe. For these youngsters, weary of sterile hospitals, painful procedures and the trauma of dealing a with life-threatening disease, the Foundation provides a welcome respite for Children with cancer and children in need, .
Received this priceless letter in today's mail. Click Here to Read.
"Thank you Liz! Hear you loud and clear! I know others will as well!"