The Becca Foundation Seeks All Teen and Young Adults with Cancer Nonprofits for a Website Link

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It's time for all cancer organizations to know and support each other.

The Becca Foundation

It's a partner program long overdue.

The Becca Foundation wishes to place a free link on its website, http://www.iamacancerkiller.org for every teen and young adult cancer nonprofit.

"Over the past two years, I have been searching the Internet for websites which represent young people with cancer," relates Mickey Kesselman, founder and president of the Foundation. "There are many, except they don't know about each other. We would like to change that, and it is in keeping with our mission: offering teens and young adults with cancer (ages 12-35) opportunities to connect and communicate." He adds, "It's a partner program long overdue."

To take advantage of this free link, contact Mickey Kesselman at mickey(at)iamacancerkiller(dot)org. He will place your logo link on the partners' page, and you will then be connected with other cancer-related nonprofits. The Becca Foundation believes everyone should know about each others' good work.

The Becca Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization specifically founded to help teens and young adults with cancer to overcome feelings of isolation. The website offers important information on how to start support groups for teens and young adults with cancer.

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