I don't think I ever sent a THANK YOU for the gas card & grocery card. It means the world to me that I have an organization, where I live, that has my back!
In 2013-14, I had leukemia. I was hospitalized for 4 months & in a drug induced coma for 2 weeks. At no point was there ever an organization that assisted me in any way. My husband took countless time off from work, to be at my side & family flew in from other states, to also help me and us.
Having a gas card, to help with the trips to Indianapolis & to Bloomington will help us SO much. I'm on SS Disability, since my last cancer round (I was left with some permanent physical problems) and my husband is only on SS. The extra money is SO helpful. We had NO such help, when I had leukemia, in Seattle. Just the high cost of having a world renowned cancer center!! Ha! Big deal!
Thank you, thank you, thank you! From both myself & my hubby, Mark. It made me cry when I received it & I cry when I tell people about it. It's so touching! Indiana is SO different from Washington State. The people care more.
God bless you for helping us cancer patients. I'm hopeful that once I'm through this....I can be of help, volunteering time or whatever I can do. :)
THANK YOU for the gas card & grocery card. It means the world to me that I have an organization, where I live, that has my back! ~Anonymous
They helped our son and myself. Great help for all. Bless your hearts ~Geri D.
Thank you so much for the gas card my cancer tests. I still appreciate all you have helped me with, my walker, shower chair, and gas in the past. It's really appreciated, so thanks from my heart. ~Anonymous
Lawrence County Cancer Patient Services helped me get to my treatments in Indianapolis by providing me with gas cards. ~Amanda W.