STORIES OF HOPE
A STORY OF RESTORED HOPE
A 2-year-old boy was with relapsed Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia (JMML) was admitted to Boston Children’s Hospital in need of a stem cell transplant. One of five children, the boy’s family lost their home and personal belongings to a fire six months prior.
With the family in need of a new residence that is safe and in accordance with their son’s medical needs, they received financial assistance for first and last months’ rent, which was raised by Cops for Kids with Cancer. However, additional assistance will be required to support the family through the next few months, as their son will be placed on isolation precautions and will require at least one caregiver at all times when he is finally discharged.