ACS Fundraising Page

Having cancer is hard. Finding help shouldn't be.
No matter what you need, the American Cancer Society can help.
http://www.cancer.org
1-800-ACS-2345
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 has now raised over $75,000 in the fight against cancer. Thank you to all my team members John, Joan, Candy, and Cheri, and ALL of our donors for helping our fight against cancer. Serendipity Quilt Shop, Patchwork Angels Quilt Shop, The Pin Peddlers Inc, all of the Mysteries For Relay members, Alyssa Anfuso, Amy Oswald, Anita Kendall, Ann McGonigal, Ann Plischke, Anne Bezek, Anne Driskill, Anne Vaughan, Annette Aponte, Annette Garrett, Annie Burrell, Barbara Denneny, Barbara Green, Barbara Wood, Barbara Klaver, Barbara Waldrip, Becky Gilliam, Bonnie Stapleton, Brenda Blaylock, Candi Manyin, Candy Beardsley, Carol Divis, Carol Watson, Carole Baker, Caroline Rader, Carolyn Farugia, Carolyn Sage, Cathie Lypowy, Celeste Plischke, Charlene Jacques, Cheryl Pinkerton, Cheryl Specioso, Christine Edwards, Christine Clar, Cindy Conkin, Connie Gillen, Dana Atteberry, Dawn Gross, Dawn Pflanz, Deb Wood, Denise Boysel, Denny Shaw, Diane Preston, Donna Russell, Donna VanSickler, Doris Barbour, Eileen Claeps, Ella Taylor, Gail Frenz, Gail Palmer, Gay Johnson, Glenna Nichols, Gloria Mattison, Grace Thorne, Helaine Lobman, Helen Peters, Irene Paulus, Jackie Herbert, Jackie McEwen, Jan Davis, Jane Rudwick, Jane Smith, Janet Covey, Janet Haragos, Janet Lentz, Jean Hinckley, Jennifer Davis, Joan Kehoe, JoAnn Donnelly, Joanne Harris, Judith Axel, Judy Fisher, June Sommer, Karen Jack, Karen King, Karen Rhoads, Karen Robinson, Karen Sage, Kate Moreen, Kathleen Nyman, Kathryn Miller, Kathy Edwards, Kim Meyer, Laura Hufford, Laurie Nathan, Laurie Waddell, Lillian VanderKuur, Lisa Marmon, Lisa Moore, Lois Casadevall, Lorraine Schuller, Lydia Pochedly, Maia Liddle, Marge Hicks, Mariann Anfuso, Marianne Urban, Marie Crane, Marie Valachovic, Marji Lantz, Marsha McDermott, Mary Ann Scanlon, Mary Glimka, Mary Jo Murray, Mary Roody, Mary Stoeckel, Maryann Scanlon, Melissa Teets, Meloney Funk, Michele Engebretson, Miriam Boles, Nancy Brodeur, Nancy Huffaker, Nancy Malera, Nancy Sue Phillips, Norma McCormack, Pam Barrett, Pam Clifton, Pat Elsner, Pat Ott, Patty Stephens, Pauline Cabana, Peggy Benjamin, Philip & Janice Sharp, Retha Boysel, Rita Schiavone, Robyn Hershey, Rose Oswald, Rose Skojec, Rosemary Heideman, Sandi Timmons, Sandra Deem, Sandra McCoy, Sandra Rementer, Sarolyn Dawson, Sharon Zack, Sherry Vlcej, Sue Fahnestock, Sue Hoppe, Susan Rizzi, Susan Rooks, Susan Lock, Sylvia Plaisted, Tamara Krumwiede, Terry Enfield, Terry Wright, Toddy Parkhurst, Verdena Polley, Vickie Sweeney-Lilly, Wendy Reich and everyone who purchased a quilt or a pattern and all of the Retreaters. Also thanks to my family, John, Jon, Steph, Mike and Kelly. And if I left your name off my list, I am truly sorry, your donation was just as important!

Remember, your donation is helping the American Cancer Society help patients fight cancer in many ways:
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 December 30, 2013