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A Legacy of Hope

BabyJay's Legacy of Hope was started in Honor of Jayden "BabyJay" Souter. She was diagnosed at the age of 3 with a Wilms Tumor. She fought valiantly, but at the age of 5 earned her Angels' wings. Our charity fights for children like Jayden that deserve a chance at life. They deserve to have support during this terrible time. We provide these families support during the most critical time, while the kids are being treated.

​We invite you to join us in helping these kids. They all deserve a chance.

 

Request for Assistance

Facing the prospects of fighting Cancer with a Child is very difficult. Your child is your only focus. Unfortunately, situations may arise where you are in need of assistance with daily necessities, such as food, clothing, gas, travel expenses, etc. We are here to fill that void. We want to help make this time a little easier for you and your child.

You are not alone. We are here to help.

 

SANDER'S

SAUNTER

November 12, 2016

50K, 25K, 10K

Anyone Can Help Fight Cancer

With your assistance, we will help support every child that fights this awful disease.

Volunteer

 Volunteers are the key to our organization.  We're always on the lookout for people to help assist families in need when they need it the most.

 

Raise Awareness

The biggest challenge we face as an organization is spreading awareness. We want every family in the area to know where to go for help.

 

Every Bit Helps

Every dollar donated will go directly to helping the children and families stricken with this horrible disease.

All donations are 100% tax deductible.

Thank you for your support!

 

 

JASON SOUTER

President

ERICA SOUTER

Vice-President

Treasurer

CODY CUMMINGS

Fundraising

Coordinator

KRISTINA SELTERS

Board Member

RHONDA BIRDSONG

Board Member

JANINE LESLIE

Board Member

Our Board of Directors

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With your assistance, we will help support every child

that fights this awful disease.