We could not be more excited for this BIG news! About a year and a half ago, Miles and I were chatting and he came up with the idea of having our own IPA and he said it should be called “Hops on One Leg”!
Recently, we shared a blog focusing on the adult “chemo bag” and what to bring with you for treatment. This time, let’s take a look at some packing advice on what to take with you for your child during their chemotherapy.
As part of Jenn's 3-year cancer-free anniversary, the Move for Jenn Foundation decided to issue three grants. Due to the pandemic, the first two recipients received their prosthetics virtually. But on Wednesday, Andrews pulled off an in-person surprise. The recipient was Staci Vredeveld.
That's right, our co-founder, Miles Andrews, has minted our first NFT (non-fungible token) on the cryptocurrency blockchain, as an effort to raise funds for our upcoming grant recipients! This NFT, called the "First Fifteen" highlights the first 15 recipients who received grants for active-wear prosthetics.
The Live Like Madison Foundation, Isabella Santos Foundation and Move For Jenn Foundation have joined forces to honor Madison Fedak who lost her life to osteosarcoma at the age of 7 on Dec. 21, 2019. All three organizations are teaming up to fund a $250,000 childhood cancer clinical trial out of Nationwide Children’s in Ohio focused on creating a new way of treating kids fighting relapsed sarcomas.
We are kicking off 2021 by writing our LARGEST check yet for $25,000 to help support sarcoma cancer research (Nationwide Children's clinical TINKS Trial) with two other incredible nonprofits. Thank you for helping one of our dreams come true. We get to be a small piece of helping to find a cure. If you have made a donation, attended an event, purchased a shirt, shared a post, thank you.
When I was first diagnosed the doctors thought it was either melanoma or clear cell sarcoma. After additional testing the results confirmed that I had clear cell sarcoma. But I am getting ahead of myself, this is how my sarcoma story started.
I was diagnosed in June 2014, but it all started that April. I woke up with a sore chest and midline after a rigorous personal training session the night before. Looking back the only pre-symptom I had was a sharp unusual pain when I sneezed or coughed. I went to my general practitioner who sent me to get an abdominal ultrasound.