Northfield, Illinois (PRWEB) May 07, 2013
The Becca Foundation announces buttons of hope and courage for all those touched by cancer. Every year, millions of people are diagnosed with cancer and have to consistently keep their spirits up and fight the good fight. The Becca Foundation's buttons now make that a little easier.
At the age of 18, Rebecca “Becca” Kesselman expressed her anger, her pain, and her love through short sayings. These sayings resonated with others like poetry. So her dad made buttons of her favorite sayings. She handed them out, always with a smile, to patients she met at the San Diego Cancer Centers, to doctors and nurses, and to everyone else she touched. These were Becca’s favorite sayings during her eleven month battle with cancer. They contain her love, her feelings and good thoughts for everyone fighting the good fight.
“Becca felt that she was at war with cancer, and truly fought to kill the cancer in her body as a warrior would,” says Mickey Kesselman, founder and President of The Becca Foundation. “After 22 years, the buttons are now available for everyone touched by cancer to express their cancer-killing determination against this insidious disease.”
The 5 main buttons are Hope Always! ™, I Am A Cancer Killer, I Love A Cancer Killer, Happiness Is My Core and I Love You To The Moon And Back. They are available through the website http://www.iamacancerkiller.org for a $5.00 (each) donation, which includes shipping and handling (for domestic orders).
The Becca Foundation also offers emotional support to all affected by cancer. There is information on how to start support groups for teens and adults with cancer. There are forums and blogs for every family member and healthcare professional to communicate and connect. And a new link program allows other cancer-related nonprofits the ability to fundraise with the buttons.
About the Becca Foundation:
The Becca Foundation is an (applied for) 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. For more information regarding The Becca Foundation, its mission or with questions about the new link program, please contact Mickey Kesselman at mickey(at)iamacancerkiller(dot)org. The Foundation has a Facebook cause page and a Twitter account to connect those affected by cancer.