Donna Day ...
Have you met Donna?
This is Donna. And today is Donna Day.
Today, on blogs and on Facebook and on Twitter — #donnaday — and who knows where else on the Internet, we are sharing Donna's story and Donna's sweet, sweet face and doing our small parts to help
Here's a statistic that should shock you:
Donna was four when she died.
But in those four years, even though she lived with cancer for more than half of her life, "
Donna was singular indeed.
But she was not alone.
Today, Donna's parents parent her through they good they do in her memory, through
To date, Donna's Good Things has raised nearly $200,000 for St. Baldrick's and its ongoing efforts to not only find cures for childhood cancers but also to prevent lifelong damage that results from the cancer treatments that children undergo.
If you've not yet read
And I ask you to contribute what you can to
Or become a shavee, too!
I am profoundly honored to be a part of Donna Day. And you can be a part of Donna Day, too. Share this post, share the
Let's watch more children grow up and lead amazing lives.