Nonprofit Groups Collaborate

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 […]

“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 […]

Elsa Hat Design from the Magic Yarn Project

The Magic Strands From Loving Hands Project Delivers

DRAGONFLY VOLUNTEERS DELIVER ADORABLE, FUN CROCHETED WINTER HATS AND “WIGS” FOR YOUNG CANCER PATIENTS AND SIBLINGS/OFFSPRING AS PART OF ITS “MAGIC STRANDS FROM LOVING HANDS” PROJECT On Friday, December 2nd, more than 100 custom crocheted hats and some “wigs” will be delivered to The Dragonfly Foundation’s patient/family space. The caps will later be given to […]

And this is JUST about our patient/family events!

Following is a post written by a Dragonfly mom who shared information about our upcoming Dragonfly Grand Gala with her friends on Facebook: “This charity organization is AMAZING. They give tickets to families (with a child fighting cancer or “Dragonfly”) for local events. When your child is immunosuppressed they cannot be in large crowds of […]

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Dragonfly Reminds Young Cancer Patients How Cool They Really Are!

THE DRAGONFLY FOUNDATION’S NEWEST “I AM STILL ME”® CAMPAIGN LAUNCHES WITH HELP OF LUXOTTICA RETAIL NORTH AMERICA – AND SOME REALLY COOL SHADES! At a Cincinnati Reds game in October of 2010, when Marty Brennaman, Baseball Hall of Fame Broadcasting Legend, took off his jersey to reveal The Dragonfly Foundation’s “I Am Still Me” shirt, […]

Matson Family Foundation Check Presentation

Matson Family Foundation Donates $50,000

The Dragonfly Foundation is incredibly grateful for the continued moral and financial support we receive from Mark & Melissa Matson and the Matson Family Foundation!! At this year’s (incredible, amazing, inspiring) Matson Money® Investor Symposium at the Duke Energy Center, Dragonfly was presented with another check for $50,000! The support will enable Dragonfly to maintain […]