As we go about our daily lives, someone out there is suffering. We all have the capacity for kindness, but of course, we don’t all have the financial means to support organizations that can do great things for the sufferings of the world. Here are some easy, free ways to help support Butterfly Kisses Care Baskets!
Spread the Word
Childhood cancer…what do you know?
As an organization, we commit to helping children with terminal illnesses, most often cancer but we have also assisted families of children with cystic fibrosis, premature delivery, and more. This section will focus on a silent epidemic that is covering our children – pediatric cancer. Every week-day in the United States, 46 children will be diagnosed with cancer. That is two classrooms full of kids – kids just like you, your daughter or son, your niece or nephew, your cousin, your friend, your neighbor…No one is exempt. Every week-day in the United States, 7 children will die from cancer. These are 7 childhoods, 7 daughters and sons, that are lost painfully to childhood cancer.
Okay…what does that mean to me?
Even if your child does not have cancer or is not terminally ill, someone’s child does. Suddenly, their world is now focused on saving their child’s life. A world that was once filled with happiness, hide-and-seek, and Candy Land is now filled with IV’s, scans, ports, chemotherapy, radiation, surgery, and hospital stays. Their world is transformed. Please, spread the word. Gold represents childhood cancer. Wear gold. Get a gold ribbon. Tell someone about childhood cancer. Educate your family. Donate to Butterfly Kisses. Donate to other organizations for a cure. Visit a children’s hospital. Take action. Visit our store to purchase other childhood cancer items. This is our world – our children, our future!
Butterfly Kisses Media:
The Charlotte Observer - Local girls’ charity focuses on children