Grant helped with the stress:
Although we’ve never met or even heard of your organization until now, we would like to thank you for being so generous and caring in our time of need. It’s a new world for our family and grants like this help with the stress in ways only people who have or are still going through something similar can relate to.
To all family supporters at BCCCPA:
Our most sincere thanks for the generous grant you sent our family. The spirit of all the families who have struggled with this disease and all its repercussions has touched us deeply. We look forward to the day that we too can share and support other families. Best wishes.
My 2 year old son:
My son was just 2 years old when he became gravely ill. Surgery, treatment and recovery spanned many months, a time during which we depended heavily on the selfless care and generosity of people such as you. No words can possibly express our gratitude; our hope is that you will catch in these pictures a glimpse of the little boy whose life you touched, and that you may always reflect with joy in the role you played in his recovery.
To Whom It May Concern:
I am writing to thank-you for your wonderful cheque we received before Christmas. I must apologize for the delay in writing you but it has been a bit hectic over the last couple of months.
Your generous assistance has allowed me to stay at home for a little longer to be with our daughter. In January she was able to have surgery to remove her tumor, which was a huge step for us. I definitely wanted to be able to be with her for that entire time. We were also able to have a less stressful Christmas, and celebrate it with our family and friends. It was a wonderful Xmas gift.
To Whom It May Concern:
Last year we were told to get to Children’s Hospital immediately, my child had been diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. From that day forward, nothing has been the same. My child cannot play sports this season and the biggest one is, no school. For myself, I’ve had to put my work on hold. I am so fortunate that my place of employment has told me that my job will be there when my child is better. I am a single parent. When my social-worker from Children’s Hospital approached me with this cheque from you, I cried. This money will help to pay for medication and gas money & a few bills at home. This letter is to express my gratitude and when this is all over and I’m back to work, I would like to help out another family one day. I will never forget this, and I (we) thank you again for your kindness and understanding.