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What I want to do

I want to help others and raise awareness of how cancer affects family as well as the victim.

What matters to me

Others, being nice, being true, being honest, being yourself.

What inspires me

Matthew, Mother Theresa. All great influential people who do good work and honest work.

West Yarmouth, MA USA

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Stupid Cancer
July 3, 2009

I met Matthew when I was on the internet searching for information about cancer. I didn't have cancer, my sister did. I was looking for information and trying to find ways to fundraise for an event I was supposed to take part in. I found a website with piano music from a cancer survivor named, Matthew Zachary. I listened to a few examples and ordered a copy. I listened to this CD many many times and then ordered another. My sister was no longer with us and she spent a courageous 14 months battling breast cancer and died at the age of 48. She would be 52 today if cancer had not taken her life. Those CD's made the grieving a bit easier and when I listened to those I found a sort of peaceful serenity in dealing with her loss. I wished I had found this earlier and shared it with her. I ordered a few CD's for a nursing home, rehabilitation center I worked in, in hopes that cancer victims and families could find that same peace. I have many friends and relatives who are touched with this nasty thing called cancer and I have kept up with Matthew ever since that first CD. He is an awesome person and I am extremely grateful that fate brought me to his website that day. He tirelessly fights this STUPID Cancer as well as being a survivor himself. He is one of my heros and thank God for sending him to help others. He is an angel.

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If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

help more cancer victims and their loved ones.

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?


General Member of the Public & Made a financial donation.