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Emergency Ice creates last winter wonderland for little Layla (CW33 Dallas) (WFAA Dallas) (WFAA Dallas) Voyage Dallas Interview Shop on Ebay When you sell on eBay, you can select a percentage of the proceeds to go to Layla’s Legacy Foundation. Highlight your listing with a gold charity ribbon and eBay credits back a portion of …

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Ways To Give

We need your help to continue Layla’s mission of helping every child. A mission to see that no parents ever have to hear the words “there’s nothing more we can do.”  There are many ways throughout the year that you can contribute.  Set up an ongoing, monthly contribution Join the Gold Rainbow Club and pledge …

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Lucas

This sweet boy has been in our lives now for seven months, the best seven months of our lives. In January, we noticed some bumps on his back in the muscle between the ribs. We were initially dismissive, but the bumps kept getting larger. We ended up doing an ultrasound, then an MRI, then a …

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Making a change

I’ve often sat and wondered “How could we get everyone to donate their Starbucks/Dunkin Donuts/[insert favorite coffee joint here] money for a month?  It would be an impossible task First off, I’m a coffee addict myself, so asking me to give it up is just ridiculous – BUT what if there was a way to …

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Carson

Carson was born hypotonic and started receiving physical therapy at 4 months of age. He was referred to neurology at that time as well. He was pretty much blind and his head circumference had increased 9 cm since birth. All body scans were completed and the MRI of his brain showed some changes within the …

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Isaac

Isaac was dx at 3 yrs old. He did four months of chemo and six weeks of proton radiation. He was cancer free for eighteen months and before he relapsed. He did two months of chemo and six weeks of full brain and spine proton radiation this time. After six months he relapsed again. Then …

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Gold Out

It’s estimated that over 16,000 children under the age of 19 will be diagnosed with childhood cancer each year. And that number keeps rising. Based on those statistics, the likelihood of your students knowing someone who has been diagnosed with cancer or being diagnosed themselves is high. Students have the ability to drive BIG change …

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