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Quotes From Dragonfly Families

“I cannot thank you enough for the opportunity for the Christmas shop today! We have been struggling so much and our furnace motor blew last night, so Christmas for our 4 kids was only going to be from family. However, thanks to (Dragonfly) and you, we were able to get some toys, games, hats and shirts for all of our …

“TDF was there for us…”

Post by a Dragonfly Mom who nominated TDF for support: “Our favorite non-profit organization is The Dragonfly Foundation! When our son, one of your patients, was diagnosed with stage 3, intermediate risk neuroblastoma in the fall of 2015, TDF was there for us from the very beginning! During our initial week-long hospital stay, they provided us with a bag of …

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 young cancer patients and their …

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, he immediately made Dragonflies and …

Quotes

“Ria, I just want you to know, I am having a rough day at work today so at lunch I jumped on to TDF site and the comfort was almost instant. Keep up the good work and know I care about the kiddos and hoping our foundation can be a blessing to families as well.=l=” — A Dragonfly Mom “Thank …

They’re truly a blessing to our family.”

“My husband and I arrived at Cincinnati Children’s on October 6th. We were admitted straight from the CT department at our local hospital more than 2 hours away. We had nothing packed. Our main concern was our daughter, who has a mass on her liver. We were admitted and quickly had to think about essentials for our stay. God bless …

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Cancer Kids Are Not Monsters

From a Dragonfly Mom (reprinted with permission): “Have just had my heart ripped out of my chest and torn into sheds when a group of children just treated my cancer child like a monster and ran away from him up the stairs leaving him all alone in the playroom and when my son came to me crying for a friend …