Mission

Our mission is simple. Aid in the collection of funds to insure that pediatric brain tumor research rises to the next level and give back to organizations that provide financial help to families who have a loved one diagnosed with a terminal illness.

We focus on two main groups. The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is the largest non-governmental provider of funds for pediatric brain tumor research in the United States. They provide funds to major research projects in many hospitals and insure that research advances are shared with other medical doctors in order to save lives.

Our second group is Act of Faith. Act of Faith is located in Central Indiana and provides financial support to local families of those who have been diagnosed with terminal illnesses. Act of Faith was gracious enough to help our family during our time of need.

When lovingBri is blessed beyond the goals we have to help the organizations listed above we hope to provide funds to Make-A-Wish and directly to Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. All of the organizations listed were beneficial to our family during our struggle.

In summary, we wish to honor Brianna through giving.

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Kaylee Chambers December 24, 2015 at 1:09 pm

My daughter was diagnosed with Luekemia a month ago yesterday. Whilist for the past two weeks she has been hospitalized due to one of her chemo medicine induce pancreatitis. I was getting ready for the day in the bathroom here at riley childrens hospital and came out to see a white box with a beautiful little girls picture on it. This filled with a very cute build a bear from the loving bri fund. We are very thankful for the gift on this christmas eve. But more so thankful for the gift of caring. Sharing and now the gift of wanting to, also pay it foward! i am terribly sorry for your loss of your little princess. We are more than thankful for your generosity and wonderful surprise you have given my daughter this christmas year!

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Apryl Hicks August 26, 2016 at 9:23 am

My 64 year old father was just diagnosed this week with colon cancer and mas on pancreas which we are awaiting diagnosis. He had to retire in order to qualify for state insurance. He has never drank never smoked and until sunday August 21 had never been to a doctor: (
Im worried about palliative care and though he lives with me and my daughter’s i work full time and not sure what im going to do with him while he undergoes treatment. Its about quality of life not quantity. Looking for information.

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