Light the Night Walk for Madeleine, Logan, Lou and all Leukemia Survivors

Below is a letter written by my brother Barry Roberts about his daughter, my niece, Madeleine Roberts, who is a childhood leukemia survivor. I actually have another niece, Logan Kato who also survived childhood leukemia. One of my favorite bands, Subzero, the lead singer, Lou, is a leukemia survivor.  If you have any extra resources, please consider giving to this cause. Donation links are below. Scroll down to watch a video of my nice Madeleine talking about her experience.

Thank you,

Brenda Kato

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Dear friend,

I am proud to be a team leader for the Light the Night Walk.  I proud my
company, Garden City Group, supports this charity that is near and dear to
my heart.  Most of my friends know my daughter Madeleine is a Leukemia
cancer survivor, but I’m not sure anyone can appreciate how devastating this
cancer is to families when their loved ones are diagnosed.

I have included below a little bit about our  family experience, a story of
joy as we see Madeleine surviving and thriving.  Also included is a link to
a Youtube video that we did for Nemours Childrens Clinic that you may find
interesting.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqWa9mFPi3o&feature=player_embedded

All-County girls basketball: Madeleine Roberts’ past made her stronger
Bartram player had to beat cancer before turning to basketball.

Madeleine Roberts

http://staugustine.com/sports/high-school/2010-04-17/making-her-stronger

Please use the link in this email to donate online quickly & securely.  You
will receive an email confirmation of your donation as soon as it is made. I
thank you in advance for your support which will make a difference in the
lives of thousands of patients battling blood cancers.

I really appreciate your generosity!!

http://pages.lightthenight.org/ncfl/Jacksonv11/brobert81b

Thank you,

Barry Roberts

P.S. Please forward this email to as many people as you can to encourage
them to donate as well!

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The above reflects the opinion of the author and may not represent the views
of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. www.lls.org
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