Orange Out Foundation is amazing! They truly care about children with cancer and their families. They faithfully visit the hospital and bring treats, activities, and cheer.
Awesome group of volunteers that come together to help the families fighting the battle against childhood cancer. These families have so many unknowns coming to them we want to help them with their bills, groceries, gas so those things are not unknowns also. Putting a smile on the face of a little one going through the fight for their life is what this organization is all about.
Such a caring organization. Meets families needs during their darkest times !!! Orange Out is such a blessing
My daughter & I spent the last year in and out of the hospital while she battled cancer. Every week my daughter looked forward to the snacks, and support that Orange out brought. Being in the hospital day in and day out not knowing what the next day will bring can be frightening. Knowing that with certainty every week someone from Orange out was coming to spread a little cheer was amazing. My daughter spent most holidays away from home, and Orange out always brought a little something to bring the holiday to us. We are grateful to everyone from Orange Out. They have been a ray of sunshine through this scary time.
Orange out cares about the children and their families. They do what they do out of love.
This organization is like none I've ever seen! Always doing something for the kids and their families
This is my review for Orange Out Foundation, and I consider it my testimony to God for the blessings He gives my family. Chloe is our Granddaughter, she has ALL leukemia, thanks to the grace of God, and Him providing excellent Doctors and her diligent parents, this September 2016 we are praying she will have been in remission for 5 years. Chloe’s older sister, Bailey, had the vision of helping other families affected with catastrophic cancer disease.
Bailey was about 12 at the time Chloe was diagnosed. She experienced the emotional pain first hand and beyond that she felt the effects of how a family hurts in all aspects. How can a sibling, be support and have their needs met, from emotional to financially, while watching parents struggle to maintain the family and always having to adjust to the unexpected? She decided to get involved, to serve God’s calling and live up to God’s greatest command. Love God with all of your heart and Love they neighbor as thyself! Since that time there has been no stopping, no looking back. Her idea and the support of all who love her has evolved to great depths. Thus the beginning of Orange Out Foundation.
Not to mention what it has done for countless others, it has given our family a purpose. A purpose to share hope, to know that a caring human has been there and is there right now. Right at this moment to give that newly diagnosed family that fast financial boost, a shoulder to lean on, a hug, someone to cry with and someone to share joys with no matter how small.
This child’s vision, has turned into a story I share often, one of courage, one of hope and one of tenacity. The work Bailey and her parents do affirms that our God, is a living God. Yes often I shed tears for all of those that God chooses to take to heaven. I feel the pain that we as humans feel for each of these children and their families. Then I remember how sweet God’s little angels are and am thankful for the time we as humans had with them.
Orange Out has left an impression on each of us they have touched, the founders are my blood family, but they are God’s children first. Orange Out and all of its extended family are making a difference one cent at a time, one deed at a time one prayer at a time. Orange Out has given a little girl the vision enabling her to grow into caring young adult, a small child encouragement and two adults hope and purpose and understanding to share their experience with the world. While it has done that for just them, I have watched and listened to others that have received the same but more, including myself. May God be with each person that has been helped by the Orange Out Foundation. Many have cried with them, many have enjoyed the comfort provided, the financial aid and all have been prayed for by Orange Out Foundation. May God be with each and everyone involved with Orange Out. I am proud to be a small supportive part, and thankful to God for the grace He is providing Orange Out.
Truly Blessed Grandparents.
I love this charity so much! I feel that they are doing what is best to make kids lives just a little better while in the hospital.
When we first got Diagnosed and had to stay for those long 10 days, Orange out Made my Daughter and Son Smile with there cute Super hero Bags and Yummy Snacks they felt like it was a tiny Gift. Definitely gave them something to look forward to on Our Crappy Days. Thank you Orange out for thinking of the children and Families.
Orange out was there for us no matter the need, from bags of snacks to a cancer doll for my daughter to play with to embrace being bald!!! Mrs Rhonda is so loving and caring and would give the shirt off her back if we needed it!!!! This foundation has been a life saver many times while sitting in the hospital for weeks at a time!!! We love you orange out and all that you do for us!!!!
The snack bags were lifesavers on multiple nights spent at the hospital! Some late nights, I just needed something sweet, or something more filling, like ramen noodles and just couldn't bear to get out to go get something! The Christmas gifts for the kids are incredible! And the best part is the connection Rhonda makes with the kids! She always takes time to stop by and check on the kids in the rooms! Such a giving, selfless person!
Whenever Carleigh was inpatient, she was always excited to get her brown bag. She called them her surprise treats. We would go down and get 2 bags, one for Carleigh and one for big sister, and they would get so excited to compare their bags! It seems like such a little thing, but it always made her smile even when she was feeling badly.
My son was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in April 2016 and the very first organization that came up to us that first week at the hospital was Orange Out Foundation. They brought us food, some toys to distract Luke and his sisters and hugged us and said that they would be there with us every step of Luke's journey. We felt such love and care from them in those first few days of finding out our son had cancer and we will always be so thankful for them.
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