September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
9/10/13 Georgia Proclaims September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
See a video of this amazing day.
Please consider making a donation to pediatric cancer research in honor of Jacob:
Because of your past donations we have been able to help fund a research project in Jacob’s honor at Northwestern University with Dr. Crispino looking at the link between why children with Down syndrome (1 and 95) have a higher frequency rate of Leukemia than the general population (1 and 2,000). Through this research, we believe we will find better cancer protocols with minimum side effects and ultimately a cure for childhood cancer!!!! See Jacob’s fundraising team page here.
No MOORE Chemo Party
On Sunday, March 10, 2013 we celebrated with a “No Moore Chemo” party with over 350 friends and family. This was a true thank you celebration for all the love, prayers and support we have received these last 3+ years of treatment. Senator John Albers proclaimed that day as “Jacob Moore” Day in the State of Georgia! Please pray for us as our cancer survivorship journey continues and with God’s help (and yours) we will get through this and find a cure for childhood cancer together!!!!
To keep up with Jacob’s condition and offer prayers and support
Heidi has set up a CaringBridge website to post updates about Jacob’s condition with a journal. On this website, you can keep track of how Jacob is doing, see pictures, leave a message on the guestbook, or just receive e-mail notification when the journal is updated.
Jacob’s status and condition site
To donate time and meals
We have set up a LotsaHelpingHands website that allows people to volunteer to bring meals, clean, and provide other service opportunities to the family. The site very easily lets you volunteer to help and then look at a calendar with a list of their needs for the week and select where you would like to help. Please note: At this time, The Moore Family is not requesting meal donations. Thank you for all your support this last year. If they do need support, you will receive an email.
Team Jacob Lotsa Helping Hands site