I respect and understand, on a deep level, the gift that The December 5th Fund is giving to the families that we serve and how truly important that time and experience is. It’s a gift of love. A gift that makes an impact the day of and gives memories far into the future, which is priceless. I lost my mom when I was 21 after years of losing her to alcohol, which in itself was a slow death physically and mentally for my brother, father, and myself. What a blessing it would have been to have someone give us a day of care and relief from those hard days. I truly want to help give that to families dealing with all that cancer lays upon them.
I’m thrilled to be a part of The December 5th Fund and when I’m not dedicating my time to helping families affected by cancer you can find me wandering the aisles of Home Depot or painting, gardening and cooking.