When cancer happens...
Camden in 2014 at ag
ily Camden and his fam
...it happens to the entire family.
Camden was only two and a half years old when he was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia. Suddenly, this little boy’s typical day included hospital visits, doctors, needles, chemotherapy, losing his hair and seeing the tears in his parents’ eyes. At Our Clubhouse, Camden and his parents have found a place that helps the entire family cope with his cancer diagnosis. They take advantage of educational lectures, cooking workshops for kids, crafts and social activities. Camden especially loves our free Camp Clubhouse, a camp for kids touched by cancer. Through activities like these and other support programs, Our Clubhouse provides families with the tools and resources they need to support their unique needs. At Our Clubhouse, Camden’s parents know that he is in caring, safe hands. Camden is still in active treatment and his prognosis is good. He looks forward to becoming a doctor so he can help kids like him.
Your gift to Our Clubhouse helps Camden and other families in western PA continue to move forward through their cancer journey.
www.ourclubhouse.org/donate 2816 Smallman Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 | P: 412.338.1919 F: 412.338.1920
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