Video: WXIX FOX19 Talks About Dragonfly During Findlay Market Opening Day Parade

Thanks to our supporters and Findlay Market, The Dragonfly Foundation and its patients/families were again able to participate in the Findlay Market Opening Day Parade with its Dragonfly Fire Truck (thanks Stonelick Township Fire Department) and Dragonfly Train (Thanks, Todd Stine). During coverage of the event, FOX19 talked about the organization, Marty Brennaman’s involvement, and our mission: helping pediatric cancer …

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(Part 2) Post-Camp Survey Results!

We are excited to share the results of Dragonfly’s Camp Uplift post-camp survey! (To read the Camp Uplift Overview Part 1, click here.) (Note: The Camp was renamed to Camp Dragonfly in March 2018)   Our volunteer team of “Kindness Advisors” under the supervision of volunteers, Maureen Scahill and Sydney Rader, did a fantastic job planning and implementing this volunteer-driven …

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Camp Uplift was a huge success! (Part I: Overview/Article)

In early June 2017, The Dragonfly Foundation conducted a volunteer-driven philanthropy camp for fifth and sixth graders. The goals of the five-day Camp Uplift (renamed to Camp Dragonfly in March 2018) were to educate and encourage kids to “Be A Force of Awesome!” With the help of speakers, both young and old, along with educators and entertainers, positive messages about …

Greater Cincinnati Automobile Dealers Donate $1,000 to Dragonfly

Sam Harrison Greater Cincinnati Automobile Dealers Association 513-326-7100 sharrison@gcada.net Cincinnati, OH, May 18, 2017- On Thursday, May 18, the Greater Cincinnati Automobile Dealers Association (GCADA) donated $1,000 to support The Dragonfly Foundation. The donation was made at Stonelick Township Fire Department in front of the Dragonfly Fire Truck. The Dragonfly Foundation is a nonprofit working to support young cancer and …

Kids Can Be A #ForceOfAwesome

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 to “uplift” themselves, the people …

Our Patient/Family Picnic: As Seen Through The Eyes of )ur Intern

[soliloquy id=”1503″] As I arrived at the Dragonfly picnic, I had no idea what to expect. The one thing I knew for sure was there would be water balloons, lots of them. To my surprise, this picnic seemed more like a festival. There were inflatables, face painting, and even a video game truck! As families arrived they greeted each other …