The Power of Love on Valentine’s Day
While many of us enjoy the chocolates, flowers and romance in celebration of the patron Saint Valentine, have you ever wondered how Valentine’s day started and who is Saint Valentine? […]
Five Ways to Reduce the Risk of Cancer
February is National Cancer Prevention Month Hearing the words, “Your child has cancer,” is the worst news a parent can hear. Parents often ask how this could have happened. In […]
Does Your Child’s Education Stop During Cancer?
The ongoing pandemic has drastically altered day-to-day activities such as how one works, but also how students learn. Finding the motivation to sit your child down to read a school […]
Give Life, Give Blood!
January is National Blood Donor Month A blood donation truly is a “gift of life” to a critically ill child with cancer. Donating your blood is simple way to […]
Merry Christmas from Here to Serve!
“For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, […]
Happy Hanukkah from Here to Serve!
During Hanukkah, many Jewish families look forward to lighting the menorah and celebrating with family traditions. The season can bring comfort and joy to those reveling in the festival of […]
International Volunteer Day, Volunteers that Are Here to Serve!
When your child is diagnosed with cancer, your whole world turns upside down. Just getting through the day is often a never-ending challenge. Your child’s health often becomes an obsession. […]
Giving Tuesday: Why Give?
It is that time of year! Giving Tuesday, a national initiative that brings awareness to giving, kicks off the charitable giving season on December 1st! What does it mean to […]
It’s Thanksgiving! Gratitude in 2020…
Gratitude is a habit that presently eludes many Americans, and it is no wonder in the midst of this worldwide coronavirus pandemic. Gratitude is not an easy attitude to practice […]
COVID Meets Cancer, a Recipe for Catastrophe
A parent sees life through a different lens after their child is diagnosed with cancer. No longer are they free to live a normal life or do normal family activities. […]