RAISING Spirits

“In the 7 years The Dragonfly Foundation has been in existence, they have offered “comfort and joy” to countless young patients and their families.  They also “empower their flight” and offer HOPE.  I witnessed that on Saturday night as Re/Max gave hot air balloon rides to families in West Chester, OH. While Mother Nature’s winds were not […]

Call for Tips for Tips Book Revision

The Dragonfly Foundation is revising and reprinting our Tips Book for Dragonfly Families. The book is a great resource for parents/spouses/caregivers as they support patients, siblings and offspring during treatment and recovery. If you would like to contribute a tip, suggestion, comment, idea, please visit https://dragonfly.org/tips-book-form/ We are seeking suggestions for consideration on topics related to: […]

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Kids Can #BeAForceOfAwesome

The Dragonfly Foundation knows the impact caring can have on others, and how even the smallest action can impact an individual or a community. The Dragonfly Foundation is excited to announce Camp Uplift, a fun, interactive week-long program for incoming 5thand 6th graders. The camp will teach students that they have the autonomy and skills […]

“Young Lakota wrestlers help pin cancer”

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 […]

Students create business with benefits

WATCH THIS VIDEO: http://www.wlwt.com/article/students-explore-passions-work-creatively-during-genius-hour/8673547 Students explore passions, work creatively during Genius Hour Independence school gives students time to work independently during school By Colin Mayfield, WLWT Anchor/Reporter http://www.wlwt.com/article/board-pennsylvania-casino-served-player-27-drinks-in-9-hours/8672624 Hoping to build a culture of innovation, students in Jason Shattuck’s Genius Hour are feeding their entrepreneurial spirits. Sixth grade student Cheyanne Ross confirmed, “I love almost […]

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“LMS drama makes wonderful gift to Dragonfly”

Chuck Gibson, loveland@communitypress.com 2:16 p.m. EST December 28, 2016 http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/local/loveland/2016/12/28/lms-drama-makes-wonderful-gift-dragonfly/95920416/   The Loveland Middle School drama, directed by Carol Hall, performed “It’s a Wonderful Life – A Live Radio Play” in early December. On Tuesday, Dec. 20, just five days before Christmas, Hall and the students presented a check for $1,000 to Colleen Berlinger, Dragonfly […]

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The 5 Friends You Need During Cancer Treatment

Note: While Dragonfly is focused on pediatric cancer patients, much of this post applies universally. Source: https://www.ihadcancer.com/h3-blog/07-11-2016/the-5-friends-you-need-during-cancer-treatment July 11th, 2016 | Emotional Support, Relationships ritawoker | Fighter: Breast Cancer Having a support system is essential during your cancer battle, and these five types of friends are just the people you’ll need by your side to […]

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Cincy Chic Announces Earnings for “High Performance at 18/8”

The Dragonfly Foundation receives $1,000 from recent event hosted at 18/8 Fine Men’s Salon Cincy Chic, the only online lifestyle publication for women in Greater Cincinnati, partnered with Cincinnati Profile, FC Cincinnati and 18/8 Fine Men’s Salon in Oakley on June 16, 2016 to raise funds benefiting The Dragonfly Foundation. Through online ticket sales and […]