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Ashley Martin's Fundraiser:

OMG2014 CANCER SUMMIT FOR YOUNG ADULTS

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BENEFITING: STUPID CANCER

ORGANIZER: STUPID CANCER

EVENT DATE: Apr 24, 2014

Ashley Martin

THE STORY:

STUPID CANCER wrote -

Young adults, a largely unknown group in the war on cancer, account for 72,000 new diagnoses each year. That's one every eight minutes. Young adults (including long-term survivors of childhood cancer) are an underserved age group by way of their sheer isolation and lack of connection to age-appropriate programs, peers and support resources that restore dignity and connect them to relevant tools to get busy living.   Various reasons and circumstances can cause young adults diagnosed with cancer to feel isolated or unsupported. The OMG! Summit helps those young adults to find other people just like them in a weekend of healing, education and community.

The OMG! Cancer Summit is the premier oncology conference and social networking event for the young adult cancer movement. The signature program of Stupid Cancer, the OMG! Cancer Summit, now in its 7th year, has become a pivotal healthcare event, converging several key industry sectors and mobilize thousands of patients, survivor and caregivers around the world to get organized, build community and unite to drive change.

Join our team and support our efforts to ensure that young adult survivors get the chance to attend this event and participate in a life-affirming weekend of support, education, community and hope.

Stupid cancer. Survivors rule.

Here is what participants have said about this event in the past:

“I had the single most memorable time of my life at the OMG! Cancer Summit. Thank you so much for changing my life.”

“There are no words to adequately describe how amazing it is to be in a room filled with hundreds of other people who ‘get it.’”

“The OMG! Summit taught me to keep fighting, be my own advocate and never give up, no matter what the doctor says.”

$8,695

MONEY RAISED
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  • Heisenburg

    $7,150

  • John Butcher

    $100

  • Grandpa & Grandma, Uncle Jack, Aunt Dana & Brent

    $150

  • Jill & Troy

    $1,000

  • Jim & Cassie

    $25

  • Brad & Julie Allcorn

    $20

  • Randy and Paula

    $25

  • Anonymous

    $25

  • Virginia Pennington

    $50

  • Anonymous

    $50

  • Stephen & Debora Myers

    $100

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The Team: $60,636 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

Fundraiser Title

Ashley Martin

Amount Raised

$8,695

Fundraiser Title

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Amount Raised

$4,448

 

222% Raised of$2,000 Goal

Fundraiser Title

Linnea Harrington

Amount Raised

$3,261

 

65% Raised of$5,000 Goal

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Juliana Person

Amount Raised

$2,950

 

118% Raised of$2,500 Goal

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Melinda Hood

Amount Raised

$2,800

 

107% Raised of$2,620 Goal

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Gregory Grappone

Amount Raised

$2,500

 

125% Raised of$2,000 Goal

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Dawn Scott

Amount Raised

$2,410

 

121% Raised of$2,000 Goal

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Jennifer Stewart

Amount Raised

$2,305

 

115% Raised of$2,000 Goal

Donor Comments

Stephen & Debora Myers

Stephen & Debora Myers

DONATION: $100

6 years ago

Anonymous

ANONYMOUS

DONATION: $50

I LOVE ASHLEY! 6 years ago

Virginia Pennington

Virginia Pennington

DONATION: $50

6 years ago

Anonymous

ANONYMOUS

DONATION: $25

6 years ago

Randy and Paula

Randy and Paula

DONATION: $25

6 years ago

Brad & Julie Allcorn

Brad & Julie Allcorn

DONATION: $20

6 years ago

Jim & Cassie

Jim & Cassie

DONATION: $25

6 years ago

Jill & Troy

Jill & Troy

DONATION: $1,000

In memory of my father James Nosbisch, and my hero Lawrence Mele, along with so many other who fought brave battles against cancer and lost. 6 years ago

Grandpa & Grandma, Uncle Jack, Aunt Dana & Brent

Grandpa & Grandma, Uncle Jack, Aunt Dana & Brent

DONATION: $150

6 years ago

John Butcher

John Butcher

DONATION: $100

In honor of our much loved granddaughter, Ashley Martin, who has endured so much, at too young an age. MImi and Poppi 6 years ago