During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Chamile Ghorayeb of Studio CEO Salon & Spa cut CHMF Co-Founder Debbie Higgins' hair during his lunch hour in honor of his sister who passed away from Leukemia at the age of 24.
Letting kids who are either facing cancer themselves or have a loved one facing cancer have the opportunity to be with other children who have a similar experience is an important aspect of coping and healing.
Each luminary remembers a loved one who has survived cancer or remembers loved ones we’ve lost. Monies raised support educational and advocacy efforts to advance evidence-based solutions that reduce death and suffering from cancer.
As I reflect on Carson, I have so many memories. Some are vivid, some have faded, some I wouldn’t remember without pictures. Many are amazing, full of happiness, hope and joy. Some are painful, and trigger grief and finality.
On July 23, the Carson Higgins Memorial Foundation was honored to take part in “The Molly Impact Gratitude Gala” hosted by Molly Oldham. Molly is a two-time Brain Cancer survivor and her wish for her 21st birthday
After taking two years off because of Covid-19, it was wonderful to have the support of over 200 people who came to Todaro’s for the Foundation’s annual dinner, raising more than $50,000 for programs and services
Carson Higgins Memorial Foundation co-founders John and Debbie Higgins will speak on the topic “Why Not Me?” at Walsh Jesuit Mothers’ Club’s Annual Spring Brunch, Sunday, March 6, 2022, at 10 a.m. in Cuyahoga Falls.