July 29, 2009
PCRF is a shining star in my world. 8 years ago my niece Rachel was diagnosed with leukemia. She was treated at CHOC hospital and has been cancer-free for over 5 years now. I know in my heart that the research funded by PCRF, and the good doctors and nurses at CHOC are the reason for her remission. In addition to PCRF's good works, they have really fun events that engage children and their families. The holiday card program is top notch and growing every year. The annual western round-up is complimentary for families and a heck of a lot of fun. And the new photography mentor program, mentored of photographer Al Nomura and others, is so empowering to these kids. Needless to say, I'm a huge fan and wish PCRF continued success and support!
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
dedicated, tireless and good people.
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MY ROLE:Volunteer & I helped PCRF get publicity for their photography mentor program in the local paper.