This handsome little boy is Zach and he is the month of December's Cancer fighting hero! Lets show some love and donate to Zach and his family. Stay strong bud you have a army behind you!

Our 10 year old Zach has a rare form of leukemia. He already had a bone marrow transplant, which rejected after a year.

Now he's only the 90th patient in USA and the 2nd child with the rare hypodiploid acute lymphoblastic leukemia, to undergo a new treatment called T-cell therapy at Primary Children's hospital, Salt Lake City. He's undergoing treatment & fighting for his life. Please pray & donate for our amazing Boy Zach. We're praying for miracles.

You can donate to Zach at and every penny of your donation will go to him. We love and adore you Zach!


Meet this months handsome Cancer Cutie Logan.
The bravery and strength that all these kids that battle cancer is incredible. Lets all show our love and support to our little super hero Logan.You can donate to logan and 100% of your donation will go to him and his family. Go to
All our love and prayers are with you! You got this!

Logan Beckstrom was your typical 7-year-old boy.  He loved sports, playing with friends and wrestling with his older brother.  So it wasn’t abnormal to find an occasional new bruise every now and then.  Logan’s dad is in the Army and they had just received new orders and were preparing to move across the country.  In the days leading up to their move, Logan became more tired and complained of reoccurring leg pains.  Assuming it was more than likely growing pains, we proceeded to pack up our worldly goods and move across the country.

We made the 4-day trip from North Carolina to Utah safely and by all purposes, it was uneventful.  However, the very next morning, Logan awoke in horrible leg pain.  We took him into the local Emergency Room.  I just felt the need to share with the doctor the lack of color in Logan’s complexion.  He had a grey tint to his sweet, little face.  The x-rays came back negative but the blood work came back very wrong.  We were sent right away to Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City.  Here Logan began a series of blood and bone marrow tests.

On October 15, 2013 Logan was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL).  He was admitted and began chemotherapy right away.  Now 9-years-old, Logan has fought bravely for the last two years.  He has 14 months left of treatments before he can hang up his boxing gloves and take a much needed rest from fighting this unseen enemy. 

Looking at him now, he looks like a healthy boy.  But every moment of every day, his body is fighting.  And unless you saw the handful of pills he takes daily or witness the week long after math of his monthly IV chemotherapy, you would never know that this boy has cancer.  Logan is a fighter and a warrior in every sense of the word.  He still has an uphill battle to climb but he faces this obstacle with pure determination and an iron will.  He is #LoganStrong.