Let’s turn the world gold in September! 

CAC2’s Gold Awareness Project Committee has brainstormed over 40 ideas that can be carried out by organizations and individuals to increase awareness of gold and September as the color and month representing childhood cancer. We’d love to hear from you!

Please send pictures of your efforts to turn the world gold to Mandy Bowen (aab@kingsburyfirm.com); many will be shared on social media throughout the month of September—if you have questions, Mandy and the committee can also help with any questions or with implementing your ideas.

Kids with cancer have only just begun writing their stories. Please #StepUp for childhood cancer research.

Let’s #StepUp to get kids with cancer out of the hospital and back onto the playground.

Happy belated EstherDay! Intern Celine shares her experience being abroad for this year’s Esther Day. 

(Illustration credit: bored-meetings)

Happy Esther Day, a holiday to celebrate love for family and friends! 

Tell a friend or family member that you love them: pick up the phone, make a YouTube video, leave them a voicemail, tell them over coffee. Tag posts about your #Esther Day to share them with the world.

Esther passed away from thyroid cancer in late August 2010, aged 16. The non-profit foundation This Star Won’t Go Out was established in her memory. You can find out more about Esther and donate to TSWGO here.

(Illustration credit: siriusly-though394)

Happy Esther Day, a holiday to celebrate love for family and friends!

Today, tell a friend or family member that you love them: pick up the phone, make a YouTube video, leave them a voicemail, tell them over coffee. Tag posts about your #Esther Day to share them with the world.

Esther passed away from thyroid cancer in late August 2010, aged 16. The non-profit foundation This Star Won’t Go Out was established in her memory. Find out more about Esther and donate to TSWGO here.

I couldn’t wait for August 3rd.. But really, who can disagree with celebrating Esther Day every single day?

While I may not have known Esther (and really wish I could have), I have found a place in my heart for her, and am fascinated by the short, yet wonderful life this beautiful girl led.


Rest in Awesome, Esther.

tear stained face straight out of tfios…hearts for Esther

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