Our donations have, for example, saved a family from eviction, helped pay down overwhelming bills and paid to repair the only vehicle used to travel back and forth to the hospital. The situations are heartbreaking and all too real. In the last 5 years, including the hospital donations, we have given to 280 families in need, totaling $1,400,000 in and around Massachusetts.Support CFKWC
Bradyn Hunter D’Agostino, 3, of Falmouth died on December 3. He was the son of Buddy I. D’Agostino of Plymouth and Samantha (Sears) D’Agostino of Falmouth. Born in Jacksonville, North Carolina, he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma pediatric cancer in August 2013. In addition to his parents, Bradyn leaves a brother, Bailey M. D’Agostino; grandparents Richard…
By Bill Tomison, with reporting by Steve Nielsen Published: November 25, 2014, 3:12 pm Updated: November 25, 2014, 7:45 pm PAWTUCKET, R.I. (WPRI) — As a 4-year-old Pawtucket boy battles T-cell leukemia, he’s getting a big emotional boost from a charity of police officers. Sebastian Calado was diagnosed with the disease back in July,…
Six-year-old cancer patient inspiration for other; family receives donation from police organization
By HUNTER McGEE Union Leader Correspondent (Hunter McGee)
Photo by: Ted Fitzgerald STEPPING FORWARD: Sheena Lopes and son Damone Clark arrive at a Dorchester police station to meet with Boston cops who are donating $5,000 toward Damone’s battle with cancer. 1 Thursday, July 31, 2014 By:Peter Gelzinis Until yesterday, Damone Clark had never set foot inside his neighborhood police station, Dorchester’s Area C-11….