Source: http://www.soapboxmedia.com/features/032117-local-health-care-empowerment-families.aspx March 22, 2017 By Claire Rogers Local providers and nonprofit groups team up to support families facing serious medical challenges Kelly and Chris Lambert had been waiting eagerly for Kelly’s 20-week ultrasound. They were excited to learn the sex of their baby, but what they didn’t anticipate was that the scan would reveal […]
CINCINNATI, OH – March 14, 2017 – On Thursday, March 2, The Dragonfly Foundation received a major boost with a generous $100,000 donation from The Matson Family Foundation. The donation was made during the 2017 Matson Money Operation Reset Conference held in Scottsdale, AZ. This is the 4th major donation made by the Matson Family […]
“Winter is so tough! Can’t wait for the germs to be gone. We definitely consider dragonfly a safe out. We were all so happy to go to the circus tonight and it was awesome to see (our daughter) smile, clap, and dance. We don’t get many chances for that right now. We always tell our […]
On Tuesday, February 14th, characters from #SmurfsMovie came to visit The Dragonfly Foundation’s patient/family space (called “The Landing”) to meet and play with young cancer patients and their families. The time together was just Smurfy!!!
Source: http://www.journal-news.com/news/young-lakota-wrestlers-help-pin-cancer/Raj7ZZ8kebFXVCRhyH3fIN/ Story by: Michael Clark 9:39 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017 LIBERTY TWP. Cancer came closer to being pinned for a loss Tuesday as dozens of young wrestlers at Lakota East High School celebrated their $3,700 donation to the area Dragonfly Foundation. Jay Zurlinden, Lakota East youth wrestling coach and father of 10-year-old cancer […]