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National BraveHearts Day – April 28th

NATIONAL BRAVEHEARTS DAY – April 28th

NATIONAL BRAVEHEARTS DAY

National BraveHearts Day on April 28th each year honors the bravery of families dealing with pediatric cancer. It also focuses on the bravery of children suffering from cancer and those who also care so deeply.

The observance offers hope to families struggling with pediatric cancer through a phone app called Spotlight Hope. Find the app on Google Play and in the Apple Store for easy download. The app helps families plug into local resources during their time of pediatric cancer crisis. From financial help to rides to the doctor, the Spotlight Hope App provides information on how to connect to thousands of resources in the United States designed to help families navigate pediatric cancer.

Has pediatric cancer impacted your life in some way? Please download this free app and start connecting to a wonderful community dedicated to making the journey more bearable. Download Spotlight Hope and enjoy all the features.

HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalBraveHeartsDay #SpotlightHope

Celebrate National BraveHearts Day by spreading the word about Spotlight Hope. Use #SpotlightHope, and #NationalBraveHeartsDay to post on social media. If you know a family dealing with Pediatric Cancer, suggest they download the Spotlight Hope App. No family should face cancer alone.

Donations to this amazing organization allow them to continue their work.

NATIONAL BRAVEHEARTS DAY HISTORY

In 2015, the BraveHearts for Kids organization founded National BraveHearts for Kids Day. The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed the day to be observed on April 28th, annually.

Jeremy and Amy Jacobs founded BraveHearts For Kids in 2008 after their daughter Ava was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma brain tumor at only 13 months old.

BraveHearts for Kids helps save the lives of children. It provides information, hope, guidance, and resources to families dealing with a childhood cancer crisis. They offer their services at no cost. Additionally, 100% of individual contributions go to support programs. These programs also include emergency fundraising and 1-on-1 mentoring. The programs match families with a mentor who has experienced a similar diagnosis and crisis with a child of their own.

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