This morning I listened to a radio interview with Tatum Parker and her father, discussing this program called Bags Of Fun.
As a father of four myself, I was moved when I listened to this young girl and how much the Bags of Fun program has meant to her, her family, and the many other families that are affected by the horrible illness.
I am adding a link to the sidebar for those that wish to read more and donate to this program.
Here's a little info from the Bags of Fun
In July 2006, just before her 6th birthday, Tatum Parker was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare bone cancer.
Tatum endured a year-long battle in which she smiled her way through 3 major surgeries and 13 rounds of chemotherapy, unfortunately in December 2008 she had a relapse. She's currently in the midst of another 12-round battle with chemotherapy.
Tatum’s Bags of Fun was formed in memory of Gabby Krause. Thanks to Gabby, Tatum received a Bag of Fun which helped her through her long hospital stays and year-long battle with cancer. Gabby had a vision that all children battling cancer in Colorado would receive a Bag of Fun. Our goal is to carry on Gabby’s legacy and bring Bags of Fun to children battling cancer in Indiana.