December 5th, 2015 wasn’t just any day for me. It was a day that my family was allowed to be a family again. After my late-wife passed away on January 14th, 2016, I began working on an idea. An idea to give back a day to families who are dealing with cancer. After considerable thought, I launched The December 5th Fund with the support and love from family and friends. All of who serve as a solid foundation for the vision of the organization, to help families forget cancer, just for one day.
Our goal is to allow families to forget cancer, just for one day. While we plan to help every family possible, the fact remains that cancer affects the lives of millions of people all over the world. We are grateful for your support as we embark on this mission.
When I’m not dedicating my time to helping families stricken with cancer, you can find me doing what I love the most – being a dad and future husband to my party of 6.