I thought you might like to know what we are committed to: Our mission is to provide support and assistance to children diagnosed with Malignant Rhabdoid Tumors, Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumors, and Non-CNS Extrarenal Rhabdoid Tumors, and their families; provide pathways to information, financial relief, and raise awareness for rare pediatric cancers, and funds for researchers who focus on Rhabdoid Tumors and related cancers with the hopes of achieving a cure.
I also received two very positive phone calls yesterday. The first one was from Alan Shawn Feinstein. In case you do not know who Alan is, he is a philanthropist who lives in Rhode Island and does a ton of great work to help society. I was amazed and honored to listen to his voice message...yes, I missed his phone call...lol. It gives me so much pride that he is personally recommending me to take the nonprofit studies certificate program at Rhode Island College for free. The second phone call yesterday (one call I did answer) was from Professor Motte, who is the director of the nonprofit studies program. He also thinks I am a great candidate for this program.
A year ago I would have never guessed that this is the road I am going to travel. I am so excited!! I am a great candidate for this program. I have the Zoë Faye Foundation to start up and run successfully. As rare as MRT is, there are children to help and research to fund. I've got this. Now if only I can update my blog more frequently...Lol. Thanks for listening to what I have to say.