Carson’s Crusaders Foundation hosts Siblings Superstar events for the brothers and sisters of solid tumor cancer patients who will have the opportunity to relax, have fun, and build relationships with other siblings!
A cancer diagnosis in a child is devastating for the entire family, but it can be especially difficult for the siblings of children with cancer. Brothers and sisters are often scared, jealous, angry, or lonely. Carson’s brother Collin is the inspiration for our sibling (support) Superstars program. Collin’s wish for the foundation is that we would help other siblings who are living through the battle that he fought with Carson.
Carson’s Crusaders Foundation hosts Siblings Superstar events for the brothers and sisters of solid tumor cancer patients. During these events, siblings will have the opportunity to relax, have fun, and build relationships with other kids who are in similar situations. Brothers and sisters are the STARS at Siblings Superstars events!
Carson’s Crusaders Foundation was established in memory of Carson Richardson, who lost his battle with Hepatoblastoma cancer in 2010 at the age of 7. Through Carson’s three and half year battle with Hepatoblastoma, the Richardson’s were blessed with financial, emotional, and spiritual support from friends and family. Their community embraced and supported them through the difficult journey. However, they soon realized that not all families battling pediatric solid tumor cancer were as fortunate. Their desire to help others led to the formation of Carson’s Crusaders Foundation. The Foundation received its 501(c)(3) nonprofit recognition in October 2011 and services began in 2013.
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