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The Children’s School Raises Money for CURE

image003In March, kindergartners at The Children’s School in Midtown performed extra chores for parents and friends to raise money for their class community service project.  The children donated the money, a total of $587.51, to a special cause,  Press On: The Patrick R. Chance Fund for Neuroblastoma Research of CURE Childhood Cancer.

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Along with learning values such as hard work and generosity, the students were able to donate to a cause that has touched their life directly.  Their classmate, Patrick Chance, was diagnosed with Stage IV Neuroblastoma in June of 2006 and completed therapy

the week his classmates turned in the money they had earned for the community service project.  The TCS kindergartners expressed a dedication to helping children whose lives have been touched by cancer through their journal writings in class.  Patrick’s mother, Erin Chance, and CURE’s Amy O’Neill accepted the donation from TCS on April 3, 2009.

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Patrick’s Paperwhites

patrickspaperwhitesGive a gift of fragrant, white, super easy care paperwhites and support childhood cancer research at the same time!

Press On (the Patrick R. Chance Fund for Neuroblastoma Research) through CURE Childhood Cancer is to provide funding for basic and clinical research relating to neuroblastoma, a pediatric cancer of the nervous system.

This beautifully potted and ready-to-sprout paperwhite gift has been created in Patrick’s honor and will be available until the end of February. For each gift purchased, 15% of the price will be donated to fight neuroblastoma.

We want to thank EasytoGrowBulbs.com for making this possible. 

Just type PATRICK into the Discount Code/Special Offers field as you check out and 15% of your gift order value will be donated to Press On: The Patrick R. Chance Fund for Neuroblastoma Research.
Click here to purchase Patrick’s Paperwhites!

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