Join the fight against pediatric cancer in Michigan with 13Forever. Your monthly $13 donation, helps support organizations making a difference in the lives of children with cancer. With your support, we can provide critical funding to organizations like St. Jude, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Ronald McDonald House Charities, C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, and Beaumont Hospital, which are dedicated to improving outcomes for pediatric cancer patients.
The monthly donation of $13 may seem small, but it can have a huge impact on the lives of children and families affected by cancer. It can help provide access to life-saving treatments, support services, and research initiatives that are making a difference in the fight against this devastating disease.
As a thank you for your commitment to the cause, we offer a limited edition 13Forever merch. It's a small way for us to show our appreciation for your ongoing support and dedication to making a difference.
Every donation, no matter how small, can make a big difference in the lives of children fighting cancer. Your generosity can help cover the cost of medical treatments, provide transportation and lodging for families, and fund important research initiatives that will help find a cure for this devastating disease.
We understand that there are many worthy causes out there, and we are grateful that you have chosen to support 13Forever in our mission to fight pediatric cancer. By donating to 13Forever, you are helping to give hope to children and their families during a difficult time in their lives.
In addition to making a donation, there are many other ways to get involved and show your support. You can volunteer your time, organize a fundraiser, or simply spread the word about our cause. Every action counts and helps us get one step closer to ending pediatric cancer.
Together, we can make a difference and ensure that children with cancer receive the best possible care and support. Thank you for your support and generosity in helping us make a lasting impact in the fight against pediatric cancer.