ABC 10 NEWS: 10-YEAR-OLD CANCER SURVIVOR GETS ROOM MAKEOVER
A local nonprofit organization and its community of Comfort Creators, a local network of parents, nurses, doctors, researchers, educators and community members dedicated to helping families affected by cancer heal and thrive creates another Rooms to Thrive™ for a local 10-year old girl who beat a rare and aggressive cancer - Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia - Philadelphia Chromosome.
VALLEY NEWS: E.A.T Marketplace donates check to nonprofit helping families affected by childhood cancer
During the month of September, E.A.T Marketplace sold its “Go Gold” raspberry lemon doughnuts to raise funds for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and donated the funds in a check to the foundation.
Colorhouse paint: A Mother’s Colorful Mission
With a mission to support and comfort families affected by childhood cancer through the transformation of their interior home spaces, the Carsyn Neille Foundation is providing these families with a sanctuary and catapulting them towards healing and thriving through their Rooms to Heal by Carsyn Neille (giving parents who have lost a child to cancer a space to grieve and heal in) and Rooms to Thrive (giving children facing a cancer related illness a safe space to grow and thrive) programs.
THE SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE: ‘UNITE, HEAL + THRIVE’
The Carsyn Neille Foundation (CNF) presented a “friendraising event to UNITE, HEAL + THRIVE” May 5 at the Fairbanks Ranch home of Henny and Sandra Den Ujil. The event included entertainment, wine, food and education. CNF’s mission is to “support and comfort families affected by childhood cancer through the transformation of their interior home spaces, providing them a sanctuary and catapulting them towards healing and thriving.”