Hope

Hope
Hope

As sure as we live and breathe, every day will present challenges of one kind or another. One way to overcome those challenges, is to look ahead to what the future may bring. We hope that things will get better. We hope that what we are doing matters. We hope we can just make it through this. Hope is what keeps us going, it is why we do what we do

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Zoe’s Diagnosis – 9 in a Million

Zoe’s Diagnosis – 9 in a Million
Zoe’s Diagnosis – 9 in a Million

Zoe’s older brother is autistic, so when her 2-year old brother began to show similar signs, her parents worked, saved, and planned, so that her mom could take a year off work to help with early intervention. Sarah, Zoe’s mom and a long-time teacher, was excited to be a stay-at-home mom for her 3 young children. She eagerly volunteered at school an

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Karing for Karter

Karing for Karter
Karing for Karter

Imagine spending more time in cancer treatment than you had even lived before you were diagnosed. This is what a lot of children with cancer go through. Many of them are diagnosed at a very young age and then spend years in treatment. When Karter and his twin, Khristian, were just 4 months old, their parents noticed that Karter wasn’t lifting his h

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A Great Big Gigantic Thank You, or The results of an unexpected donation

A Great Big Gigantic Thank You, or The results of an unexpected donation
A Great Big Gigantic Thank You, or The results of an unexpected donation

  It’s hard to put into words what you have done for Compass To Care by hosting your own event in 2016. A simple “Thank you” doesn’t seem grateful enough. Thank you very much? We are so blessed? A big thanks? Saying those words over and over throughout the year is humbling. Being new to Compass to Care this year, I am still amazed at the gener

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Brandon’s Bravery

Brandon’s Bravery
Brandon’s Bravery

Langerhans cell histiocytosis. A very long name for a very rare cancer that’s been around for a very long time. (Since the 1800s!) It is commonly referred to as LCH, and simply put, it causes an excess of white blood cells. Now, there are plenty of things a small boy might want an excess of – ice cream, hockey tickets, matchbox cars – but having to

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One Million Miles!

One Million Miles!
One Million Miles!

Whooo-hooo! We are excited to announce that Compass to Care has officially helped kids with cancer travel ONE MILLION MILES for treatment!! Thank you for helping us reach this incredible milestone!  How far is one million miles? It would take one person almost two years of driving 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 60 miles per hour to travel one

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