Hats Off For Cancer collects and donates hats of all kinds to the courageous children who lose their hair due to cancer treatments.
As one of the leading and original hat programs, Hats Off For Cancer has donated more than 1.5 million brand new hats to hospitals, camps, and individuals worldwide since 1996.
Ashwin is the only son of Vinay Mohan and Kalavathi Vishunuvardhana, highly intelligent, caring and friendly person who always cared for the welfare of others. In fact, after learning about our sponsorship program at Care & Share, he came forward to sponsor a child with his meager student salary since 2010. Ashwin was diagnosed with Acute Myalobalstic Leukemia on September 8, 2011 and since he had been going through treatment.
Myles is truly a one-of-a-kind pup. With the tilt of his head and his giant radar ears, how could he not put a smile on your face? Myles is nothing short of affectionate, loyal, social, sensitive, and intelligent.
Myles has been diagnosed with heart condition called Patent Ductus Arterosis (PDA). Most dogs that are diagnosed with this heart defect only have 40% chance of seeing their first birthday. Myles just celebrated his 4th birthday on September 1st! He is truly a miracle dog!
Walk for Humanity is an annual charity fundraising event led by MKA USA. The goal of Walk for Humanity is to raise funds for organizations that strive to save lives and improve quality of life of individuals and families. Through Walk for Humanity, Families in cities all across America will receive funding for soup kitchens and social projects.
I am Vivienne. I just turned 9. Last year I saw a picture of two boys carrying big rocks strapped across their heads. To feel better, they were holding hands. They were brothers. I learned this was slavery and I knew it was wrong. I decided to "make a stand" by selling lemonade every day, rain or shine, to end child slavery. There was no price for my cups of lemonade, people just gave whatever they felt was right.
Joelle and Ella's story:
We had been going to a high risk doctor, because I am type 1 diabetic. When we went for a 14 week ultra-sound the technician said that the baby's heart and stomach should not be in the same picture frame together, and proceeded to get the doctor.