Laptops, iPads, Game Systems & Charging Stations

Dragonfly Provides (value: $45K) 25 Laptops and 40 iPads, Along with Gaming Systems & Charging Stations To Cincinnati Children’s

CINCINNATI, OH – September 29, 2015 – Today, The Dragonfly Foundation® provided Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s Cancer & Blood Diseases Institute with another set of 25 new HP® laptops with webcams and warranties (the first set was donated in 2010). They also added to the number of tablets, gaming systems and other electronics they […]


“‘Superman’ vs. cancer: 8-year-old Jayden in remission”

Wilmington News Journal September 22, 2015 By Dylanne Petros Jayden Hairston, 8, in remission from nephroblastoma WILMINGTON – A local boy dressed up as Superman for Halloween. The next day he was in the hospital. Jayden Hairston, now 8, was diagnosed with Wilms’ tumor, or nephroblastoma, in 2013. The tumor is a cancer of the […]

Dragonfly Handhake

“10 Things I’d Tell Parents Who Just Found Out Their Child Has Cancer”

Reposted from a blog by Matt Kabel: Last week was a big moment for our family. Our 2-year-old daughter, Sally, received her last dose of scheduled chemo to treat a rare and aggressive form of infant leukemia. For two years, our little girl braved seizures, broken bones, extreme nausea and diarrhea, long in-patient stays […]

Ben Rhodes, NASCAR Driver

News Article: Dragonfly kids get visit from rising NASCAR star

September 8, 2015 Marc Hardin, Reporter Cincinnati Enquirer Professional stock car racing driver Ben Rhodes was greeted with a colorful sign, some Kentucky Speedway-themed cupcakes and a room full of smiles Tuesday afternoon when he arrived at the Dragonfly Foundation in Mason. Rhodes is a second-year driver competing on the Xfinity Series, NASCAR’s second-tier national […]