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Family Funds are an important part of Making It Better for OsteoWarriors everywhere. These children and families are committed to raising funds in honor of their OsteoWarrior to Make It Better for others. Please read their stories and donate if you can. If you would like to set up a fund in honor or memory of your OsteoWarrior or OsteoAngel see below.

OsteoAngel Jayden

On May 29, 2018, after being NED for three months, Jayden relapsed with nodules in his left lung. He again began treatment to beat cancer… He completed 4 more cycles of chemo, however, this time Jayden never went into remission.

OsteoAngel Jorge

Jorge lived for and loved his dear and beautiful family, Star Wars, Disneyland and MIB Agents. His life of kindness and service to his family, while he was suffering, was noble and extraordinary. Jorge was resilient in the…

OsteoAngel Michael

Michael Heras passed from this life on May 25, 2018.  He will always be remembered with love and admiration for his incredible courage and fortitude in battling osteosarcoma…

OsteoAngel Seth

Seth Wright won the heart of
millions without even knowing.
Seth was diagnosed with metastasized Osteosarcoma on November 27, 2017
at the age of 14…

OsteoWarrior Serena

We have decided to start The Serena Sabuda Osteosarcoma Research Fund this year. Our hope and mission is to raise money each year to support ongoing research for this
rare childhood cancer…

OsteoAngel Mason

From Mason’s Mother: I think a memory that will stand out forever in our minds is that mere minutes after hearing from doctors that they fear Mason may have cancer (our whole family was in the hospital room shocked to the core)…

OsteoAngel Chris

In June of 2016 Chris went to the doctor for leg pain. An x-ray showed a tumor in his right femur. A week later, the biopsy confirmed the tumor was osteosarcoma. Chris went through several rounds of chemotherapy followed by a surgery to save his leg in October…

OsteoAngel Briana

Briana Loeding passed from this life on August 17, 2018. This effervescent, giggly, sweet third grader mightily fought osteosarcoma for ten months with courage, grace and fortitude well beyond her 8 years…

OsteoWarrior Andrew

Andrew was an active 12 year old boy when he was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in November 2017. The cancer diagnosis completely stunned, then devastated us. Our only choice in that moment was to do everything in our power to save his life…

OsteoAngel Allen

Allen was amazing, he was a fighter and had a spirit for adventure, no tree was ever too high for Allen to climb and he loved playing sports. Allen fought osteosarcoma for 2 years and never once stopped smiling or joking and his favorite person to pick on was his mom…

OsteoWarrior Sloane

The Sloane Dyer Osteosarcoma Fight Fund is in honor of this strong, amazing person who, in December 2016, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in her right femur, after years of being incorrectly treated for leg pain. She was 12 years old. We were devastated…

OsteoAngel Cameron

The Cameron Bottelberghe Osteosarcoma Research Fund was started after Cameron passed away from osteosarcoma of her right humerus in November 2017. The intention of this fund is to raise MUCH needed funds for osteosarcoma research…

OsteoAngel Conner

This adorable kid is Conner. He had osteosarcoma. He and his family want to Make It Better for other kids who have – and are yet to be diagnosed with – osteosarcoma. The Crossan Family have been active MIB Agents…

OsteoAngel Cheyenne

Cheyenne DeVelasco passed from this life on Sunday August 20th, 2017. She will surely rest peacefully knowing she was loved deeply, she loved greatly and gave of herself wholeheartedly until the very end of her life…

OsteoWarrior Victoria

Victoria was 13 years old, a competitive swimmer and in 7th grade when she complained of ankle pain early in December 2014. Our family was not prepared to hear the words “your daughter has cancer” just a few days later…

OsteoAngel Clayton

Clayton was diagnosed with osteosarcoma (bone cancer) in December 2013. He suffered greatly from this disease and passed away in August 2016 after exhausting all treatment options…

OsteoAngel Ian

Ian has been battling osteosarcoma (bone cancer) since April of 2015. It started with a bump on his shin that when removed was discovered to be malignant. After amputating his leg in June of 2015 and 8 grueling months of chemotherapy he was declared NED (no evidence of disease)…

OsteoAngel Nicholas

My son, Nicholas was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in December of 2014, at age 15. He started chemotherapy on New Years Eve of 2014. Over the next 6 months, Nick spent 18 weeks admitted into the hospital where he underwent 11 rounds of chemotherapy, a week of neutropenia…

OsteoAngel Christien

Christien Mikhail Quiles was an incredible young man who was filled with love and a passion for life and people. Simply put he was an absolute joy to be around, motivating everyone he came in contact with… 

OsteoAngel Matthew

My name is Matthew Lehrman. I was diagnosed in June, 2015 with osteosarcoma, a devastating form of bone cancer. With the love and support of my family and friends, I fight daily to overcome this horrible illness…

OsteoAngel Mohan

Throughout Mohan Anand’s life of service and his commitment and care of this osteosarcoma community, he demonstrated vision, fortitude and an unwavering loyalty to Making It Better…

OsteoWarrior Jack

Jack was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in his left tibia in April of 2017. When the diagnosis of osteosarcoma was finally made it forever changed the life of our family. Jack began with 3 months of chemo followed by Limb Salvage Surgery and then more chemo…

OsteoAngel Sharon

I feel very lucky I’ve lived this long. The doctors were amazed that my disease stayed in my bones and did not reach my lung until recently. The cancer has spread to the pleural lining of my right lung. At this point, hospice has taken over but I’m still fighting…

How To Set Up A Family Fund:

To set-up a fund, email Casey@MIBagents.org with the following details:

  • Photo of your OsteoWarrior or OsteoAngel
  • A write-up of their story, see above for examples.
  • A title for your fund page
  • A short thank you message to donors
  • How you’d like the fund to be used: Missions and Programs, Osteosarcoma Research OR keep it simple and have it go where it is needed.

Once received, we will set up the fund and email you
the link for review before adding to our website.

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