Helping Families

Nicole, age 6
Nicole, age 6

Nicole was diagnosed with ALL in December 2017. She will require 3 years of chemotherapy. We gifted Nicole and her brother with new beds with your help.

Lilla, age 12
Lilla, age 12

"It is difficult to find the words that would adequately describe how appreciative we are. The help that you are providing helps immensely in this heart wrenching moment. We are trying hard to manage things. It is not easy. But we feel blessed every moment we spend with Lilla. Thank your quick respond to help us in this way."

Grace, age 3
Grace, age 3

"I am 7 years old now and back in England completely cured. You took care of me while I was being treated in New York City for 3 long years."

Nicole, age 6
Nicole, age 6

Nicole was diagnosed with ALL in December 2017. She will require 3 years of chemotherapy. We gifted Nicole and her brother with new beds with your help.

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The Frances Pope Memorial Foundation was able to help the Schaefer family following their son Aiden's diagnosis with leukemia. Your continued support of the Foundation, and your incredible generosity at our events year round, helps us ensure that we never have to say no to a family like the Schaefers.

We first met the McCormack Family shortly after their ten-year old son, Sean McCormack, was diagnosed with Burkitts Lymphoma in July 2012.

 

The first few months of Sean’s illness were some of the most challenging that the family has ever faced, as they dealt with the physical, emotional and financial realities of Sean’s illness. Sean and his family have been staying strong and positive throughout, and grateful that it appears that his bone marrow transplant was considered a success.

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, the Frances Pope Memorial Foundation is happy to be able to provide financial and emotional support to Sean and his family during this trying time, and send him best wishes on his road to recovery.

 

Click here to see Sean speak at our 2015 Annual Friendship Ball.

When Sarah Lyne was diagnosed with a massive brain tumor, her family struggled to keep up their their monthly household expenses due to the mounting costs of Sarah’s medical treatment.

 

They were hit hard by Hurricane Sandy, work was slow for Rich Lyne and Jill, Sarah’s mom, had to leave work to care for Sarah. The Frances Pope Memorial Foundation was glad to be able to provide some support to the Lyne family during this challenging time and all are thrilled and forever grateful that Sarah is now on the path to recovery.