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Remembering the Number One Fan of Marshall University’s Thundering Herd

Rebecca ordered silicone wristbands to remember her son Kyle who passed away unexpectedly in May at the age of 14.  Kyle was special-needs and the number one fan of Marshall University’s Thundering Herd football team. Each Saturday on game day, Rebecca would post an update on Kyle on Facebook.  Even though Kyle could not communicate, she […]

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Matthew the Fighter and Charger Syndrome Awareness

Matthew was born July 21, 2017 with a rare medical syndrome named Charge Syndrome.  It can affect many different parts of the body. The diagnosis Matthew has is Hydrocephalus, Hypoparathyroidism, Cleft Lip/Palate, Bicuspid Aortic Valve, complete heating loss, underdeveloped trachea resulting in having a tracheotomy, and a g-j feeding tube due to two cases of […]

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Remembering Braylen

On May 19th, Braylen was killed in an automobile accident.  Sue Calvert, his grandmother, said the following of the accident: “This has left a hole in her heart that nothing can replace. I ordered the bracelets in remembrance of him to show people that his memory will never leave us. He will always be a […]

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Remembering the Little Big Hero

  Little Big Hero is a foundation in memory of 3-year-old Liam who died of leukemia 7 months ago.  The foundation supports patients of local children hospitals.  For example, members of the foundation will send clowns to visit patients.  Additionally, they will provide music therapy.   Cancer research is another objective of the foundation. Liam touched […]

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The Continual Love Project Motivates Others With Wristbands

The Continual Love Project is a Non-Profit Organization, which is all about ensuring and promoting love as well as providing guidance to ones who are in need.  They help adults, parents, students, and children alike. They are within the inner city of Cincinnati to maintain a positive outlet for the youth and adults. The CL […]

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Walk with Ava:  Raising Awareness for CMV with Reminderband Wristbands

Meet Ava-Lynn.  Ava was diagnosed with congenital CMV (Cytomegalovirus) in utero and has endured many complications from this infection since birth. Her parents say: “It has been a roller coaster ride since she arrived, but she is rocking it.”   They created a Facebook page to raise awareness for CMV, share their story and find different […]

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Catalina Family uses Reminderband Wristbands to Promote Drowning Prevention Awareness after Tragedy

Colt Catalina was just 2 years old when he tragically drowned on March 21, 2010. The Colt Catalina Foundation raises awareness for Drowning Prevention & Child Safety. Their mission is to provide infant swim lesson scholarships to families in financial need.  The Foundation uses Reminderband wristbands to help raise awareness for Drowning Prevention and to […]

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Mother and Son Duo Fight Cancer Together

A mother and son, both battling cancer, recently used Reminderband keychains to boost morale and show appreciation for their support team. Kristen Worthington and her 14-year-old son, Nikko, were both diagnosed with cancer in 2017, just four months apart. Kristen has stage 2a Breast Cancer and Nikko has stage 4, level 4 high-risk Rhabdomyosarcoma – […]

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Canines-N-Kids Use Reminderbands for Cancer Awareness

Canines-n-Kids used Reminderband wristbands as a giveaway to participants at their “Paws for a Cure Summit” last summer in Washington, DC, and at their first annual “Two by Four Race Against Childhood & Canine Cancer” in October of 2017, in Brambleton, VA. Man’s Best Friend Is A Kid’s Best Friend in Cancer Most people don’t […]

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Nixon Strong: Fighting and Inspiring

At the start of 2018, six-year-old Nixon Whatcott was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma.  He had been complaining that his leg hurt for a couple of weeks. Doctors performed an x-ray where they found tumors in his femur. Further tests at Primary Children’s Hospital in Utah showed the tumors were malignant and had spread to his lungs. […]