Childhood Cancer is the leading cause of death among children - and one which absolutely can be beaten with more effective research for cures. Eliana Nunley, a survivor of leukemia as a young child, is not content with being living proof of that fact. A few years ago, she started "Gold Day" in her school, an annual event to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer research - in particular for the Samuel Jeffers Foundation, which is specifically focused on helping fund cancer research.
In this film, Chloe, another survivor, dressed in gold for her school's gold day, innocently tells you "There's kids that still have cancer". How can you not help more children like Chloe survive?
Want to bring Gold Day to your school or district? Contact Danya at email@example.com