I am fluttering because Jennifer's story was so heartwrenching and struck a cord. A friend of Libby's friend, I was given the story and link to her blog right after her daughter's diagnosis, and began reading and returning regularly to check in -- despite how tragic and painful it was as she lost her daughter. Many useless tears were shed. I've known others who have lived through or lost their lives to pediatric cancer, and wanted to participate in some way to help improve the innovations and research focus to this important cause.
These dragonflies are spreading the word that September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Along with spreading awareness, they are busy raising funds on behalf of Unravel Pediatric Cancer a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
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Funds raised in this campaign will support research organizations selected by Unravel. To learn more about what Unravel supports, please visit our website unravelpediatriccancer.org/about/what-we-support. Last year, the Fluttering 2014 Campaign raised over $158,000, which was allocated toward Dr. Michelle Monje’s research at Stanford Hospital and Dr. Jim Olsen, the creator of Tumor Paint at Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center in Seattle.