December 19, 2012
In the most trying of times at work and in my personal life, there is one place that i can always turn to where i can be safe in my place in this world. it is knowing that the CCA exists, born from the death of a beautiful girl named Alex from cancer. Regina, her mother and the CEO, has captured our hearts with her story, and the CCA has become the place where giving my time, treasure, and talent releases something magical in my life. And the story is so powerful, the hundreds of asks i've made to friends, co-workers and potential donors over the last 9 years i've been involved have been met with a resounding "YES!". The cause is pure, the company is run better than any i've ever experienced, and cancer remains a disease from which too many children suffer and need our help. I wish i could give, in the words of my healthy 11 year old daughter, "infinity stars."
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