November 5, 2012
In 2001 our son was diagnosed with medulla blastoma. BTFC was there to help us with information, presence, and supportive events. After ten years cancer free, David's cancer returned in 2011 - this time he is considered an adult, but BTFC was there because once you are a part of the "family" you are always a part. Once again, support was given in presence and this time financial to help with gas expenditures. Without this help we would have been in a terrible situation (like it wasn't terrible enough). Even though we lost our son this time, BTFC is still supportive in celebrating our "angels" lives. It is a very personal nonprofit that works at getting to know the people they help which, at a time when friends seem to disappear, is probably the greatest support they give.
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