Jeremy’s Circle helps over 500 Israeli children “take a break” from the fight against cancer.
Jeremy Coleman was taken by cancer ten years ago. His legacy survives in the organization that his family created to help other Israeli families battling cancer.
When Jeremy was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, all of his young family’s time and resources were spent on helping him fight the illness.
Jeremy realized that the family just needed a break from that fight, and a day at the beach turned into an organization that now helps other families engaged in that same battle with cancer.
Today, Jeremy’s Circle helps over 500 Israeli children “take a break” from the fight with cancer, and build lasting memories.
WATCH: Jeremy Coleman was a loving husband and father of 3. But then he was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, and everything changed. Before Jeremy died he and his wife Pamela founded a charity organization called Jeremy’s Circle, a supportive community for children and teens who are coping with cancer or cancer loss in their families.Active since 2008, Jeremy’s Circle now supports over 500 young families.To join the circle, get involved, or donate to help Jeremy’s Circle continue, please see http://www.jeremyscircle.orgFor inspiring stories, like Soul Mama.
Posted by The Israel Project on Saturday, June 16, 2018