Day 1: This month, we are going gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Will you join us?
Day 1: Transformation Tuesday. Hannah’s 1 year transformation is so inspiring! Camp makes a difference!
The Seany Foundation is a proud beneficiary of the 3rd Annual Lugz Kidz Christmas in July on July 27! Check out all the fun in Long Beach, CA. And if you’re a patient from a local hospital, you get in free! Just be sure to RSVP.
In 2012, The Seany Foundation sponsored Lollipop Theater Network’s program “Rhythm of Hope”. TSF-sponsored sessions began in August 2012 and continued into January 2013. Patients gathered at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and LAC+USC Medical Center to create music together. It was the first year that TSF funded this important program, which allows kids to work together and with volunteer professional musicians or celebirty artists to create original songs. TSF is happy to report that thanks to the generosity of its donors, we will continue sponsoring music sessions for the 2013 program.
The holidays are here! And we have a great gift idea for you that is not only cool but also benefits kids fighting cancer:
Buy a bracelet or a tshirt, and proceeds go to The Seany Foundation!
Tomorrow, Saturday, September 29, The Seany Foundation will join friends at Max’s Ring of Fire 4th Annual Touch a Truck event. Come visit Emily and Amy Robins at The Seany Foundation’s booth at Qualcomm Stadium and decorate a card to send to the young cancer patients at Rady Children’s Hospital!
This summer, our good friend Noah Baird, hosted another lemonade stand. And once again, he donated a portion of profits to The Seany Foundation, to help kids who are battling cancer. This time, he enlisted his cousins who were visiting from NY.
Complete with an ipod and speakers, their lemonade stand attracted the attention of drivers-by (mostly due to the wonderful dancing accompanying the music). The Seany Foundation salutes Noah and his growing gang of lemonade sellers for their continued support in the battle against pediatric cancer! Way to go, kiddos!
This summer The Seany Foundation proudly sponsored “Seany’s Corner” at the American Cancer Society’s summer camp program known as Camp Reach for the Sky. The camp allows children with cancer the chance to be kids – an experience often taken away or put on hold by their disease – and gives them a fun summer camping adventure while under medical supervision.
“Seany’s Corner” offered a refuge for kids who preferred to participate in more low-key or less physically demanding outdoor activities, providing numerous arts and crafts projects. On July 4, Seany Co-founder Amy Robins and Board Member Amy Schneider visited camp. Here are a few photos of some of the happy campers:
On Wednesday, May 16, preschoolers at Temple Solel Early Childhood Center jumped on their tricycles and did laps to help fight childhood cancer! The Trike-a-Thon donated proceeds to The Seany Foundation. The tikes, in turn, learned about Mitzvahs and helping others in need. Thanks, Temple Solel students and teachers, for riding to help end pediatric cancer! Check out the next generation of do-gooders in action:
The Seany Foundation is very fortunate to have such supportive friends at Temple Solel Early Childhood Center! On May 16, the ECC will host a Trike-a-thon to benefit TSF’s pediatric cancer research and patient care projects. Thank you, children and teachers at Temple Solel ECC for your generosity and for making a difference in the lives of children battling cancer!