Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Ask Me About Brandon

Help Brandon Beat the Beast!

Brandon is a warrior. He is bravely fighting a rare cancer called RhabdoMyoSarcoma. The cause of his cancer is unknown and there are only a 100 cases diagnosed per year. Because Brandon's cancer is so rare, he cannot be treated at a local hospital. He needs to go to a center that specializes in Sarcoma. He needs to be cared for by doctors who have seen the most cases. This is his only opportunity to fight this cancer which is known so little about.

Brandon has had two surgeries. Because of the nodual in his lung he is staged at stage 4 and will begin a tough and challenging fight to Beat the Beast. Chemo and radiation are scheduled for over a year and with every doctor visit and treatment he is that much closer to be cured. Brandon and his family have to travel long distances to a Sarcoma center. Unfortunately, insurance does not pay for travel, lodging, and meals. Please consider helping Brandon by making it possible for his family to stay close to him while he fights like a warrior.

There are several ways you can help.

1. Purchase an "Ask Me About Brandon Pin" for only $5.00.
2. Donate a silent auction gift.
3. Attend the "Night Out On The Town" event sponsored by the Sarcoma Foundation of America (SFA). Click here to purchase tickets to the event.

More About Brandon
Brandon is a smart, wise before his years, compassionate, talented and fun to be around young man. He has many friends and enjoys all music. He just recently had his first debut on the high school stage in "Oklahoma" which follows years of elementary theatre. Brandon is a member of the High School Marching Band and on the Drum Line and is dedicated to his drum line and to his studies. He loves high school and cares for every single friend he has. He is a boyscout and has been working towards his Eagle and loves to camp and hike on the Appalachian trail. Community service is part of who he is and the care for others is always at the forefront. He is hardworking and dedicated and aspires to go into Law, become a Teacher and/or Actor.

He is a fine young man who lives with his older sister getting ready for college and mom who is is greatest advocate. They are so incredibly proud of him and support him through every tough trail he's about to take.

So everyone, take out your SABER and help Brandon the warrior "Beat This Beast"!


  1. any information about the "night out on the town" event? I did not see anything on the SFA website about it

    1. The event will be published next week on the SFA site

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    3. You can find it in the upper right hand corner.

  2. fyi- the facebook page was difficult to find - it did not come up in a search. only just found it through another person posting about the BlogSpot...

    1. I'm sorry it was hard to find. It may be because it was just created. I hope you can find it now and share with everyone you know.

  3. It's listed on the pin and on his Facebook page. Glad you found it.