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Wear Black on Valentine's Day

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Participate in a Talia's Legacy Wear Black for Valentine's Day for Childhood Cancer

We're excited to announce the very first fundraiser for our new foundation and our new Collaboration.

On Valentine's Day, February 14, 2007, Talia was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a childhood cancer. Talia wore black on Valentine's Day to help bring awareness to childhood cancer. In Talia's memory and for all the children that lost their battle and those that are still fighting, we ask you to join us in wearing black on Valentines Day to support childhood cancer awareness.

Talia was asked if she had one wish, what would it be, Talia said "a cure to childhood cancer".

Please help Talia's Legacy to find a cure to childhood cancer by sending in a picture of you, your pet, your organization/club, group of friends, family, or co-workers and make a donation to help find a cure. We will show your support by putting these pictures on our social media sights for millions of people to see.

Click the button to participate:

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We're also happy to share that Talia's Legacy has formed a national collaboration with the American Childhood Cancer Organization that will give them a much wider reach than the local organization BaseCamp, which is under the umbrella of ACCO. BaseCamp is one of the 40 local affiliate organizations across the country that provides direct services to the families in their communities.

American Childhood Cancer Organization's mission is to address the needs of families through programs that emphasize information, advocacy, awareness, and research.  Talia's Legacy has very similar objectives that include raising national awareness to the prevalence of childhood cancer. The foundation will also be raising funds for research and clinical trials for childhood cancer drugs; they will assist families and children battling cancer with fundraisers through programs and events.

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