Brooklynn was a fun loving 12 year old that loved life. She enjoyed spending time with her friends and family, Bible Quizzing, painting, making bracelets, and pretty much any other craft activity. She loved Stitch, axolotls, and gnomes. She enjoyed giving gifts as much as she loved receiving them, if not more. She was looking forward to running in track and cross country her seventh grade year.
After finding out in July 2023 that she had stage 4 Osteosarcoma, Brooklynn spent the next three months fighting a battle no child should have to face. During that time she tried to stay strong and be positive. She loved to surprise her hospital care team with paintings and gifts.
When she began to get worse and realized she would not crush her cancer, she made her mom promise that one of the many things she would do to remember her was to fight to increase funds for cancer research. She didn’t want anyone else to have to suffer the way she did. She was okay with her being the one to suffer with Osteosarcoma if that meant someone else did not have to.
She was always caring and wanted to make others feel happy and loved.
A world with less toxic, more effective treatments and a cure for osteosarcoma.
We are devoted to creating and instilling hope with and for our inclusive and collaborative osteosarcoma community. We do this through mutual trust, transparency and compassion.