If Cheers Could Heal, Leah Still Would Be Cured

Reprinted from the Enquirer on 10/8/14 http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/local/2014/10/07/devon-still-beyond-the-stripes-cheers-leah-still/16893041/ If cheers could heal, Leah Still would be cured Cliff Radel, [email protected] 4:16 a.m. EDT October 8, 2014 (Photo: The Enquirer/Cara Owsley) 35 CONNECT 21 TWEET 1 LINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE If cheers could cure cancer, that cruel disease would have been wiped out Thursday night by the ovation given to Devon Still. The Cincinnati Bengals …

What an exciting few days!!

On Thursday, August 2, 2014, The Dragonfly Foundation received a major donation from Mark Matson during the Matson Money Investor Symposium held at Horseshoe Casino. Mark and Melissa Matson, both Board members, are long-time supporters. Words cannot begin to describe how grateful we are for their donation. On Friday, August 3rd, The Dragonfly Foundation was part of a successful attempt …

Dragonfly Family Donates Blood

Bleed for a Cause: Dragonflies for Dragonfly

One of our Dragonfly families donated blood today… Their ENTIRE family!!!!! Bleed for a Cause is a program by Hoxworth Blood Center Program designed to encourage nonprofits to recruit blood donors during the month of July. Almost all of our Dragonflies require blood transfusions at some point during treatment. Please donate blood. Today and tomorrow.

Mary Lou Parrott Photo

Our volunteer, Mary Lou, is recognized by AARP!

MARY LOU EARNS HER WINGS Source: http://local.aarp.org/news/mary-lou-parrott-earns-her-wings-37368.html#sthash.9ISI6CW4.dpuf By Tara McQuinley, AARP Cincinnati Intern As I entered the Dragonfly Foundation, a patient family center affectionately called, “The Landing”, Mary Lou Parrott was waiting for me behind the welcome desk with a bright smile. She is short in stature, but high in energy. The Landing is an area filled with comfy couches …

Marni (Volunteer) and Jordan (Supporter)

A Day Filled with Trucks, Puppies, and Bracelets

From our Intern, Marni Grow: The Quaker Steak & Lube Restaurant in Milford is known for their legendary chicken wings, but their customers also know about their immense love for The Dragonfly Foundation. Saturday’s event was their second annual “Truck Touch” event benefiting Dragonfly. The restaurant’s general manager, Kathleen, has been strong supporter of The Dragonfly Foundation ever since her nephew’s three-year-old son became a Dragonfly. The little …

Birthday gift donations

From a dragonfly mom…. ‘I’m so proud of E. who asked all of her friends to donate gift cards to The Dragonfly Foundation instead of bringing her gifts for her 11th birthday.  This girl has the biggest heart and always looking for a way to help others and give back!  Love her sweet soul!!  <3 <3’