I want everyone to win their battles like we did. That’s why I’ve left a gift in my will to the Canadian Cancer Society.
My older daughter survived breast cancer 15 years ago. I was so grateful that I began volunteering for the Canadian Cancer Society.
My main volunteer role was to drive people to and from their cancer treatments. Then, my younger daughter was diagnosed with cancer – and I would drive her to radiation and chemo appointments. Luckily, she survived her cancer too.
Then it was my turn to face cancer. Of course, I was afraid for my life, but my daughters’ success gave me hope. I’m pleased to tell you that I’ve survived too.
My 2 daughters and I all fought cancer. We all knew our lives were at risk. But in my family, all 3 of us won our battles.
I want everyone to win their battles like we did. Of course, I’m grateful, but I want every family to have our success. That’s why I’ve left a gift in my will to the Canadian Cancer Society.
In my lifetime, we’ve made great strides in beating cancer. I give so much credit to those who have given to the Canadian Cancer Society over the years. I feel I owe them my life.
Perhaps you would consider a donation in your will to the Canadian Cancer Society. Your gift might just fund the next research breakthrough – and save even more lives.