Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Michele’s Story

Michele’s journey began in January 2017 when the results of her annual mammogram came back abnormal. After a second mammogram and biopsy, the doctors gave her the news – breast cancer. It was her 48th birthday.

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#MissionMonday: Mason

Mason is a kind-hearted 16-year-old with a great sense of humor. In June of 2015, he suffered a stroke that paralyzed him from the chest down. It was later discovered that the stroke was caused by glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer.

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#MissionMonday: Travis

Travis may seem like a typical 5-year-old boy on the outside. He is loving, energetic and not afraid to speak his mind. He enjoys playing Minecraft and watching American Ninja Warrior, even trying to practice his skills in hopes of doing the course when he gets older. But Travis had to give up some of the normalities of youth when he was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, a form of brain cancer, in December 2015.

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Imagine Session – Graphic Facilitation

Collective Next, an organization dedicated to helping groups come together, think better and move forward, joined us at this year's Imagine Session. Through graphic storytelling, they captured each of our panel's ideas, experiences and goals. Take a peek at these dynamic visuals.

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Partner spotlight: Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation
Photo credit: Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation

Partner spotlight: Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation

A World Series champion and three-time All-Star, Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo is more than an athlete. Anthony is a hero both on and off the field. He always has a positive attitude and smile on his face. Committed to giving back to his community, he founded the Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation in 2012.

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