I first learned about the Circle of Giving through its co-founders Ken and Linda Davison. They turned their own experiences into a way to help others. The mission of the organization is clear at every event I have been to. They are doing great work and giving support to cancer patients and their families through doing errands, treatment bags and loaning scooters.
The Circle of Giving is a labor of love for the founder and board members. The Circle of Giving is a way to give back to people who are dealing with cancer. The treatment bags for people being treated for Cancer are one of the things that stands out the most in my mind, but Linda Davison and the Circle of Giving are always looking for new ways to help. When I have been at events I have been impressed by the level of commitment to the people they serve.
Please help support this wonderful and important charity helping to make a difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families, you can even friend them on facebook to keep up with their latest fundraisers and events.
The Circle of Giving is a wonderful group of people who devote their time and their hearts to reach out to cancer patients and their families. Linda Davison is the most generous person that I know and her commitment to this organization is in complete honor of her late husband, Ken. Her children are also involved in every aspect of the non-profit, which is an excellent way to teach them to give to others who are in need and to remember the caring nature that their father displayed in his life. I am honored to be able to help The Circle of Giving in any way that I can and am proud that my children have also been involved in such a caring organization.
I have been a Board Member of The Circle of Giving since January of 2008. I decided I wanted to become part of this wonderful organization when I saw what amazing people Linda and Ken Davison are. With everything that they were going through with Ken's diagnosis, and prognosis, they still wanted to to anything and everything they could do to help other people in the same situation as they were. We may not be able to change the outcome for these cancer patients and their families, but if we are able to lessen their burdens and worries even a little bit, then we have done what we have set out to do!
The Circle of Giving was founded by my Uncle Ken and Auntie Linda during Ken's long, enduring battle with colon cancer. The mission of this organization is to help provide support and services to other patients and families who are fighting and facing the same struggles. Our motto is help us, help others and we are aimed solely at doing so. It is an AMAZING cause which holds a special place in my heart as well as many others.
I've been a board member since January 2009. I decided to become part of The Circle of Giving after becoming friends with the founders, Ken and Linda. After Ken passed away from his battle with colon cancer, I wanted to do what I could to help the organization succeed in helping other cancer patients and their families.
This is a wonderful foundation with caring, hardworking volunteers and board members. Linda and the board members are dedicated to serving patients with cancer and their family members.
The Circle of Giving is a grassroots organization that is still in the start up phase. We have begun to offer assistance via treatment bags to cancer patient and support for the family and friends of the patients. The Circle of Giving is 100% volunteer based at this time and in order to move forward with our mission, we need further ongoing support.
I became involved with the Circle of Giving after seeing what it can do and does for a person and their family going through the battle of cancer. After knowing what a big heart the founder Ken had and what he battled through, I felt that I wanted to help this organization by being a part of it. Sometimes it's the little things that maybe over looked that the Circle of Giving can make happen. Like a treatment bag that has items in it that will support them through the chemo. A little thing that makes a HUGE difference.