Hi dolls! Lori Caden, the founder of Belly Bandit, is helping raise money for her friend’s son, Logan, who was diagnosed with leukemia in 2009. More than 500 people have already donated to the Leukemia and Lymphoma society, and we need your help to raise more to help Logan and other children like him.
Read Lori’s story below and please donate to help us help Logan!!!
Lori’s Story: I have 4 days left to reach my goal of $100,000 for The Leukemia & Lymphoma, in honor of Logan. Logan was diagnosed with leukemia in September of 2009. It was extremely painful to watch Logan, one of my dear friends son, lose his hair, become swollen, have steroidal fits and cry from pain, but every single day his strength and spirit inspired me. Thankfully, Logan’s hair eventually grew back and the swelling subsided. Today, he looks like the old Logan and we are so, so grateful. He’s back doing his martial arts classes, and playing flag football and basketball. It’s hard to forget that not that many months ago, Logan was stuck in a hospital bed with tubes running out of his body.
Treatments and cures for cruel diseases like leukemia do not occur without financial support. After all that has been done for Logan, I must do something – and I am asking for your help, we have created a compaing to help Logan, www.whatthebuck.org.
Please make sure that LLS receives your donation no later than May 12th.
Thank you so much everyone!