My son is an 8 year old cancer survivor who remembers being homebound when he was 5. Being homebound back then was necessary because his immune system was weak - now 3 years later we are homebound not to protect ourselves but to protect other cancer patients who are at great risk from coronavirus transmission. We also know that the impact of this pandemic will make it much harder to raise funds for cancer patients in 2020, despite their needs being higher than ever before - for transportation, lodging and for research for cures that are less harmful, less risky and more effective than what we have today. Thank you for staying home as an act of love and solidarity for those who cannot risk this illness! If you can give just a little bit more we would love to send you some small joy - Victor and his brother Frankie will draw you a card and write a joke inside for you to enjoy. Warning: Poop humor likely. Thank you for considering, thank you for donating, thank you for giving Victor and Frankie a small way to take action and become helpers during these hard times.