No family should have to suffer, and no child should have to die, for lack of support.
To inspire hope for families touched by pediatric cancer, improving their child’s survival odds with both financial and emotional support during their time of crisis.
What parents do within the first few days of diagnosis can make the difference between whether their child lives or dies. BraveHearts for Kids is here to help navigate those difficult days and help families tap into lifesaving resources.
BraveHearts for Kids was conceived to make a life-or-death difference for a child diagnosed with cancer. By educating, supporting and comforting families in this worst of circumstances, we can help save lives and heal wounded families – together.
Become a BraveHeart by finding the best way to donate – through money, through time, through personal interaction.
On March 6, 2007, Jeremy and Amy Jacobs were told that their 13 month old daughter Ava had a massive brain tumor. The crush of helplessness, confusion, and pressure to make decisions quickly put an unimaginable strain on the family as they struggled to cope with every parent’s worst nightmare.
Desperate to find a solution for their baby girl, by pure chance, Jeremy overhead a discussion about a new form of treatment...
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