We had a beautiful morning to have our first annual Modjeski & Masters 5K in honor of the 90th anniversary of the Market Street bridge. Modjeski & Masters are bridge builders who just happened to build the Market Street Bridge. They liked the fact that Vickie's Angel Foundation serves as a temporary financial bridge for local families fighting cancer, and decided to join our mission by hosting this walk/run. $5,250 was raised in total. What a success! Below are a few of the highlights.
Vickie's Angel Foundation has received the Reader's Choice award for a Nonprofit Organization by Harrisburg Magazine. Wow! We cannot thank all of our supporters enough who took the time to vote for us. We are small but mighty, and together we are making a difference in the lives of local families fighting cancer. Thanks again for helping us spread the awareness of Vickie's Angel Foundation.
Please join Vickie's Angel Foundation to celebrate National Night Out and our community. Participants include the New Cumberland police department, fire department, emergency health services and town band.
Penn FC is currently auctioning off soccer jerseys worn by their players during their annual Star Wars night. Proceeds will benefit Vickie's Angel Foundation. Please visit their site to bid, or to purchase a jersey. You can help local families in need AND end up with a pretty cool jersey.
The lucky winner of the fabulous tote bag raffle has been announced and it is Cindy Doncevic!
Reclectic Home Decor is once again raising funds for VAF through the sale of Mini Bouquets at Nest Egg Interiors. The campaign began in mid-March and will wrap up just after Mother's Day. ALL proceeds benefit Vickie's Angel Foundation.
The American Legion Riders of Post 143 raised $4,470.78 for Vickie’s Angel Foundation.
Please vote for Vickie's Angel Foundation to be named Harrisburg Magazine's 2018 SimplyThe Best Non-Profit.
Imagine having Stage IV bile duct cancer and being the healthy one in your home.
That’s the position in which Kimberly Bell of Enola finds herself.
Long before the doctors diagnosed her cancer in May 2017, Amy Hood knew something was wrong. Amy, 52, has been in pain since she fell off a ladder and ruptured three discs in her neck in 1996. But this pain was different, and she knew it. Finally, her extreme pain drove her to the emergency room. That’s when they found the cancer.