Giving Hope for Carly

In June 2015, Carly was a few months shy of two years old. She and her family had a great summer playing at Lake Lanier and taking a family beach…

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Giving Hope for Camila

Camila is 8 years old and has a twin sister named Prisila and a younger sister named Dalilah. She had been running fevers for two weeks prior to her diagnosis…

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When Football is Normal

What do we want for our children? Some would say an education, a better life, or an opportunity to succeed. Of course, we want all them to grow up healthy,…

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Giving Hope for Amanda

Amanda’s mother, Elizabeth, prides herself on being in tune with her children. So when 12-year-old Amanda’s swollen eye was diagnosed as a non-life threatening condition even when it wouldn’t return…

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Giving Hope for Morgan

In the spring of 2016 Morgan was a happy, seemingly normal 5-year-old boy. He and his twin brother had just finished kindergarten and were looking forward to summer. But as…

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Giving Hope for Terrance

When Terrance was eleven years old, his mother noticed several lumps around his neck. She immediately sought medical attention and on February 5, 2016, Terrance was diagnosed with ALL Leukemia….

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Giving Hope for Maya

Over the last week of October in 2015, Maya spiked a high fever. After three days, we took her to the pediatrician who said she had a cold and we…

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Color for CURE

The first Sam Robb Color Run for CURE on November 12th turned out to be a great, family-friendly event. Members of the Santos Soccer Club joined us along with their families…

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Your Piece of the Puzzle

Have you ever sat over a puzzle for endless hours searching for the last edge piece? It might be a color and pattern that should be easy to find and…

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