Love Jen Fund - Helping Families Cope with Cancer
Jennifer Masi was only three years old when she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, an aggressive form of cancer that attacks the nervous system. Through years of treatment, Jennifer found ways to make the daily reality of living with cancer easier for herself and for others with this disease. As a student at the University School of Nova Southeastern University, Jennifer involved her classmates in her efforts to bring cheer to children with cancer. Together they spent weekends volunteering in the pediatric oncology wing of Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. They decorated the halls, hosted holiday parties and shared their love and laughter with the children and their families. Jennifer died of cancer when she was 14 years old, but her spirit lives on in the Love Jen Fund that her parents founded.
Carrying on Jen's Mission
Each year, the Love Jen Fund helps hundreds of families cope with the financial and emotional stresses of living with cancer. A gift made directly to the Love Jen Fund will be used to provide emergency family grants, educational programs and activities for patients and families treated at the Pediatric Oncology Specialty Center of Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital.
Please help us carry on Jen's mission today by making a donation!
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