JJ Rolle. We're proud to meet, get to know, and connect him with his terminally ill father through donated air miles and funding. It's a feeling we cannot describe other than joyous. 2 years of hard work and we are on our way to connect people at the time they need it most. READ MORE HERE
Another flight. Another goodbye.
We received a note from Kyle Marlett via Twitter that his dad was stricken with stage 4 cancer, and had 24 hours left to live. His brother needed to get from Austin to Las Vegas to be with him before he passed, so we made it happen. Their dad passed the next day.
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Making dreams come true.
Camron Cozzi was a 15-year-old teenager and a sophomore in high school in Washington state when we found out about him and his dream.
He had a sparkle in his eyes and a smile that would melt your heart. He grew up playing football but now his biggest passion is lacrosse and he plays year round, and has recently been coaching and inspiring young athletes.
Camron Cozzi (right), diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer, was invited to be an Honorary Coach for the Brady’s Bunch Lacrosse team at the Best of West tournament.
Sounds like a regular teenage lacrosse player right?
He's actually a teenager battling cancer. On December 22, 2015, Camron was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer that is inoperable and incurable. His world and his families was turned upside down on that horrible day when they received his diagnosis.
Camron was invited to be an Honorary Coach of the Brady’s Bunch Lacrosse team at the 2016 Best of West tournament in Las Vegas, February 26-28. This is a very special honor for a lacrosse player.
And we were honored to be able to fly his entire family including him, to the tournament and help fulfill his dream.
A family reunites one last time.
We reconnected this strong willed woman (who had beat Hodgkin's and then suffered from pancreatic, lung and liver cancer) with her son, daughter-in-law, and grandson. By bringing her son in from Ireland, to Boston, we helped everyone with the closure they needed.
Tim Meeks lost his brother to cancer, but his sister was unable to make it before he passed. We stepped in and made sure she could say goodbye to him at his funeral.