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Monday, February 18, 2013

Cure The Kids


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are coming together to Cure The Kids!

Today through Friday they'll be selling these adorable shirts for only $20!
The best part, is that $6 of those dollars will go straight to SLC CureSearch.



read about how this amazing idea came about...


In the summer of 2010 Chelsea (one of the founders of P.S. I Adore You) found out that her 4-year-old daughter, Cami had leukemia. It was pure devastation to say the least. The Doctors told Chelsea that Cami had a very good chance of surviving, but they would have to fight the battle of their lives and it would need to start NOW! Cami's battle lasted about 3 years. She had many ups and downs along the way, but we are happy to report that Cami is off treatment and officially CANCER FREE! That is when P.S. I Adore You was born. Throughout their battle, Chelsea met many other cancer moms and their precious kids who often times didn't have a happy ending. These are the families P.S. I Adore You strives to help. There are so many statistics and quotes I could tell you, but the fact is that childhood cancer remains the NUMBER ONE disease killer of America's children… this has got to be STOPPED and P.S. I Adore You is doing everything in our power to help! When Hello Apparel found out about our cause they didn't just want to be featured on our site, they wanted to take a stand with us…(how awesome are they?). Of course we jumped right on the opportunity and before we knew it Hello Apparel had come up with the cutest design and they even incorporated GOLD, which signifies childhood cancer. Funds raised will be given to the SLC CureSearch in honor of Cami and all her little cancer buddies.

Purchase shirts at www.psiadoreyou.com until this Friday, February 22nd.

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  2. SO, SO THANKFUL for anyone who will get the word out about childhood cancer and the need to fund research! I am one of those mama's who does not have a happy ending - we lost our precious baby boy just after his 2nd birthday after an 18 month long battle for his life. He was perfectly healthy until one day, he was not. Our babies, all of them, need a cure for these terrible diseases. Would love to see more Mama/craft bloggers raise awareness. CureSearch is a wonderful organization.

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