According to Clayton Dabney for Kids with Cancer Board Chair Jenny Saphier,
“Clayton Dabney was a very courageous boy who, at the age of six, lost his battle with cancer. Clayton’s unique spirit and legacy live on through our organization, thanks to generous donors and sponsors who promote our cause to help less-fortunate families who struggle with the devastation and grief of a child dying from cancer.
“Cancer is a devastating disease that strikes children indiscriminately, leaving families emotionally and financially exhausted. Clayton Dabney for Kids with Cancer helps ease these burdens and provide much needed life-long memories.
“Medicine of the Heart is our primary outreach program and has helped almost 4,000 families through the distribution of more than $4 million in last wishes, gifts and financial assistance to terminally ill children and their families across the United States. As a non-profit, charitable organization, we depend solely on the community for funding and hope you will find a way to help us continue our mission.
“This holiday season, we ask members of the Dallas community to kickstart our 2020 goal. This next year will be monumental for us at Clayton Dabney, as it marks our 25th year of service. For this reason, our goal is to provide 25 families with last wishes and gifts. We are able to do this through donations, which can be made in memoriam, in honorarium or in general at claytondabney.org.”
* Photo provided by Clayton Dabney for Kids With Cancer