One Mission is a pediatric cancer charity that does whatever it takes to get kids through cancer treatment.
Sean & I have been involved with One Mission since its inception over 10 years ago. I sit on the board of directors and have a front row seat to the powerful influence that One Mission has on patients and their families right here at Boston Children's Hospital. 2020 is a big year for Sean & I. It marks 20 years of being together. We can't think of a better way to commemorate our wild ride through life than running the Boston Marathon. This is my second year running for One Mission and Sean's first Boston Marathon. We are excited to embark on this challenge together. As we push each other to reach our personal goals we hope you'll help us to reach our fundraising goal. We are blessed and feel grateful everyday for our four healthy kids, but have seen first hand how this disease affects the whole family. Being apart of One Mission has meant so much to us and our family because you can really see and feel the power of positivity at work.
One Mission programs make living in the hospital less lonely and stressful, bring back joy in a time of fear and uncertainty, and give kids and their loved ones the support they need to get through the emotional and financial challenges of treatment.
Bringing smiles, support, friendship and fun to kids fighting cancer and their families.
Kids with cancer are still just kids. They love movie nights, play dates, ice cream and pizza parties. They love books, games, and toys. And One Mission does whatever it takes to make those things possible for pediatric cancer patients and their families. Whether it's decorating a hospital room, providing art kits and crafts, putting on birthday parties and holiday celebrations or paying for expensive hospital parking, these things go a long way to making life better during treatment for kids fighting cancer and their families.
To learn more visit OneMission.org