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Thank You: An Open Letter to Our Volunteers

Dear Volunteers,

Why do you volunteer? Are you connected to an organization’s mission? Are you passionate about giving back to others in any number of ways? 205 more words

Introducing Taylor Carol- 2014 Boston Honored Hero

Do you remember life as an 11 year old? When time was measured not by clocks on a wall, but by the rising and setting of the sun. 188 more words

Lets Walk to End Cancer!

Are you ready to join the worlds greatest movement committed to creating a world without blood cancers?

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Annual Light The Walk is a great way for your team of co-workers or friends and family to work together and bring light to the dark world of cancer. 26 more words

Life after cancer, a childhood cancer survivor looks back at growing up with stomach aches

Twenty five years ago I was sitting in my bedroom playing doctor with my dolls. My grandmother, who was babysitting me that day, overheard me say to my dolls that they had to take their pills or they were going to die. 903 more words

Enmark Stations to Sell Paper Icons in Support of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk during the Month of May

(SAVANNAH, GA) Enmark Stations, Inc. has made a commitment to once again sell paper icons in all 59 of its retail stores in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina in support of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walk. 720 more words


Do you want to design the 2014 Light The Night T-Shirt?

Are you known for your creativity or often described as having an eye for detail? The 2014 Light The Night T-Shirt design competition is underway! Our goal is to extend awareness about the Light The Night Walk campaign beyond existing social communities, and allow the Light The Night Walk community to be a part of the campaign in a meaningful and public way. 177 more words

Seeing Cancer Differently

Mimi Johnson is an art teacher at Londonderry High School and the past year and a half of her life has been anything but ordinary. In July of 2012, her older sister, Martha, was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML). 409 more words