My first wife, Jennifer, was diagnosed with breast cancer ten years ago, and she passed in 2011. During Jen's treatment we were fortunate to receive During Jen's treatment we were fortunate to receive both emotional and financial support from many people. These acts of kindness were often the lone bright light that helped us get through the day. After Jen passed I created The Love You Share, a non-profit that provides financial assistance to patients who are receiving treatment for breast cancer. My goal has been to offer that glimmer of light to others who are going through a hellish experience.
There are no salaries in this organization, so aside from the cost of a website and maintaining the legal status of a non-profit all of the donations go to patients. If you want to donate, any amount helps. If you can't donate and want to share the post, that is great too. If anything, just take a minute to tell someone you love how much he or she means to you. Check the link in my profile for details.