1. What We Do

Governor's Reception
Fifty-four Tomorrow Fund Kids were honored as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Ambassadors at a special ceremony at the Rhode Island State House on September 14th. This event is held each September by The Tomorrow Fund and the Governor's Office to recognize Awareness Month. Congratulations to all of our Ambassadors and their families - our heroes in September and all year long!

Love Your Mellon
The Rhode Island College Love Your Melon Crew organized a family fund event on August 2nd raising $1,005 for The Tomorrow Fund. Thank you!!

Thank You!!!
Tomorrow Fund patients and families gathered at McCoy Stadium tonight to form a gold human ribbon in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  Our patient, Grayson Lautieri, threw out the first pitch of the game.  Our heartfelt appreciation to the local Honda Dealers for their summer fundraising campaign “Hurl the Purl”.  A win-win evening for The Tomorrow Fund and our dedicated supporters.  THANK YOU!!

To give our off-treatment patients the opportunity to interact on a more social level and provide a fun opportunity, TTF patient survivors (ages 10-16 who completed their treatment/protocols) attended a mini golf party (golf, pizza, ice cream and lemonade) at Mulligan’s Island on Monday, August 22nd. Older patient survivors attended as mentors and group leaders.  A good time was had by all!!!

“More than 150 attendees, including campers, counselors, staff families and invited guests, enjoyed a rollicking good time. We were honored to welcome Marion Goldsmith,                           who with her family, provided the impetus to create Camp Dotty and together we celebrated                                   18 successive years of our special camp for 4-7 year old pediatric cancer patients and their                                         siblings.”

Fun, fun, fun!!!!

Pirate Adventures Field Trip... setting sail from Hyannis MA

Clinic Medic and Crew

Plotting a course

Setting sail

Captain & his mates

Fun & games

Camp Schedule today included Arts & Crafts, Zumba with “soaring words”, make your own Gingerbread man, breakfast for lunch from IHOP…another fun day despite the raindrops this morning.

Camp Dotty, a five day Tomorrow Fund sponsored annual camp experience for 4-7 year old pediatric cancer patients and their siblings, now in its 18th year, is happening this week, August 1-5. Approximately 30+ campers and 18 counselors enjoying Day #1.

Barbara Ducharme and Lisa Abbenante received the first donation check to be presented to a charity from Melissa Murray and The Dorian J Murray Foundation in appreciation for the care and support given to Dorian and his family during his battle with cancer. 
D-STRONG lives on forever”

Dino Germani Scholarship Winners!
Congratulations to the 2016 recipients of the Dino Germani scholarships. The scholarships were handed it out on July 13th.  Picured L-R are Cheyenne Ferreira, Kendra Cimaglia, Megan Hayward, Karolain De Los Santos, Sofia DaCosta, John Hare, Stephen Parrillo, Jr., Clay Sinatra, Ashley Zannini and Andre Martin.