Asking for help is not easy!

But, we need it.

We don’t like it, but our friends and family talked us into it. And the reality is, we need it.  So, since we’re doing this, we figured we could try to have some fun. 

 

We know you get asked for donations often.  Since we are asking, we figured we could have a little fun with it.

Any funds not used for Logan’s care will be donated to Children’s Cancer Research

We are Every Parent

You give birth, you plan & dream

Every parent dreams of their child playing a favorite sport, but some parents have to wait until their child is healthy to have those dreams. When your child is sick you dream about a life without doctors, a day without medications, and a happy healthy baby in your arms.

Meet hockey loving family Kevin and Jennifer Fogg. Their 4 month old son (as of the launch of this web site), Logan has been diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Logan will be undergoing chemotherapy very soon. Instead of saving to buy hockey gear, they are meeting with doctors and planning their next steps for treatment. Jen, as her friends call her, has not been working so she can care for Logan at the hospital and at home. It has put a strain on their family finances.

We are asking your support to help the family meet living and medical expenses so they can focus on Logan’s health.

Click here to be taken to the foundation web site

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