Sloane Receives National Attention As She Battles Brain Cancer, More. Learning Express Holding Fundraiser Today. Bone Marrow Desperately Needed.
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you are planning to buy toys anytime soon, consider buying them at Learning Express in Woodfield Plaza today. A portion of all proceeds will benefit Sloane Caston. The three year old, who lives with her family in The Bridges, is facing two types of cancer. Her story continues to be told nationally.
Sloane is in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant. Her parents are not matches. The quest continues for that special someone who has the lifesaving marrow that could save Sloane’s life.
Friends of her family have reached out with heartbreaking photos taken as recently as yesterday.
BocaNewsNow.com is publishing two fliers — the first is for today’s event at Learning Express. The second is a general information flyer for Sloane’s campaign with Gift of Life.
Here is an important link to Sloane’s Gift Of Life webpage, complete with information about how you can personally help by simply undergoing a swab.
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