ACS Fundraising Page

Having cancer is hard. Finding help shouldn't be.
No matter what you need, the American Cancer Society can help.
25 hours a day, 8 days a week

Cancer is an awful thing, and I would love to be able to help in some way in helping find the cure. The only way I can do that is by raising money for the cause, and I have chosen to do that through the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life. As they say “There is No Finish Line… Until We Find A Cure!” so we will keep on raising money until that happens. If you would like to donate, please click the donate button below.
Donate here, every dollar brings us closer to the cure!

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Mysteries For Relay
As a fun "adventure" in fundraising I am offering on-line quilt mysteries as a way of thanking quilters for donations. I have started a Yahoo Group, Mysteries For Relay, in which I will offer classes and mysteries in exchange for contributions to my ACS web site. You will have to pay a $5 fee per class, or make an annual contribution of at least $30, to ACS through me to participate in any class. If you would like to join, please visit Mysteries For Relay to sign up.
Mysteries For Relay donations

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I have donated all of my pattern money to Relay and the American Cancer Society for many years, and I plan to continue doing that.

Patterns For Relay
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Quilts For Relay
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            I am happy to say that the Delaware Quilts Relay For Life teams have now raised over $83,000 in the fight against cancer. With the help of an awful lot of people I finished the Relay year as the top fundraiser for 2014 but that doesn't mean I'm finished yet. Cancer is still around and people are still fighting. This year's Relay is done, so now I'm starting on raising money for next year's and hopefully in the meantime we'll find the cure.

            I could not have made it to the top fundraiser without a lot of help, so many people to thank. The Pin Peddlers Inc, Serendipity Quilt Shop, Patchwork Angels Quilt Shop, Alyssa Anfuso, Anita Kendall, Ann (Celeste) Plischke, Anne Vaughan, Annette Aponte, Annie Burrell, Barbara Green, Barbara Waldrip, Barbara Wood, Barbara Klaver, Becky Gilliam, Bessie Horne, Bonnie Stapleton, Candy Beardsley, Carol Divis, Carol Liebel, Carol Mason, Carol Uhlman, Carole Baker and Mom, Caroline Rader, Carolyn Farugia, Carolyn Sage, Cathie Lypowy, Charlene Jacques, Christine Edwards, Christine Fritz, Christine Clar, Connie Gillen, Dawn O'Neal, Dawn Pflanz, Deb Wood, Deborah O'Neal, Debra Fordham, Denise Boysel, Denny Shaw, Diane Preston, Donna Russell, Doris Barbour, Ella Taylor, Gail Frenz, Gay Johnson, Georgiana Moses, Glenna Nichols, Gloria Mattison, Grace Thorn, Helaine Lobman, Irene Jansen, Irene Paulus, Jackie Herbert, Jamee Smith, Jan Davis, Jane Rudewick, Jane Smith, Janet Haragos, Janet Lentz, Jeanette Duncan, Jennifer Davis, Joan Baysinger, Joanne Harris, Joseph P Treacy, Judith A Warren, Judy Fisher, Judy Heath, Judy Valentino, Julie Jennett, Julie Matthews, Julie Treacy, June Sommer, Karen King, Karen Rhoads, Karen Robinson, Karen Sage, Kate Moreen, Kathleen Nyman, Kathryn Miller, Kathy Edwards, Kay Snyder, Kellie Mallette, Kimberly DeBona, Laura Hufford, Laurie Waddell, Lillian VanderKuur, Lisa Buckley, Lisa Marmon, Lisa Moore, Lois Casadevall, Lorraine Schuller, Lydia Pochedly, Maia Liddle, Marge Hicks, Mariann Anfuso, Marianne Urban, Marie Crane, Marie Valachovic, Mary Glimka, Mary Jo Murray, Mary Scanlon, Mary Seitzman, Mary Skaggs, Mary Stoeckel, Maryann Ponte, Maryann Scanlon, Meloney Funk, Michael Baden, Michele Engebretson, Nancy Brodeur, Nancy Stearns, Nancy Wilson, Nancy Sue Phillips, Norma McCormack, Pam Barrett, Pam Clifton, Pam Steele, Pamela P Davis, Pat Bemont, Pat Elsner, Patty Stephens, Pauline Cabana, Peggy Benjamin, Rita Schiavone, Robyn Hershey, Rose Oswald, Rose Skojec, Rosemary Heideman, Sabine Wiesent, Sage's Snoods, Sandi Timmons, Sharon Zack, Sherry Stroup, Stefanie Behrendt, Sue Cook, Sue Fahnestock, Sue Hoppe, Susan Atkins, Susan Rizzi, Susan Rooks, Tammy Krumwiede, Terry Wright, Verdena Polley, Wendy Bivins, everyone who purchased a quilt or a pattern and I am sure there are more. If I missed you I am sorry, but your donation helped just as much. Remember, each one of your dollars is helping someone fighting cancer, or perhaps helping some scientist find the cure. Thank you ALL from the bottom of my heart.

Remember, your donation is helping the American Cancer Society help patients fight cancer in many ways:
Do you have a cancer question, any time of day or night, 25 hours a day, 8 days a week... call 1-800-ACS-2345 (1-800-227-2345)
Hope Lodges provide free lodging to cancer patients undergoing treatment.
Camps for Kids are run throughout the country to help kids with cancer.
Road to Recovery offers rides to patients to their lifesaving treatments.
Look Good Feel Better sessions help women through the physical changes resulting from chemotherapy.
Man to Man provides information and support for men affected by prostate cancer.
The Cancer Survivors Network offers a comprehensive selection of stories and discussions among survivors and caregivers on a variety of topics. You can access the CSN online or by calling 1.877.333.HOPE (4673).
The Reach to Recovery program is a one-to-one visitation between newly diagnosed women with breast cancer and women who have already gone through treatment

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Updated September 22, 2014