Raising money for Children with Cancer in honor of Ella's Bat Mitzvah

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Ella Sunshine

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Raising money for Children with Cancer in honor of Ella's Bat Mitzvah

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I’d like to invite you to contribute to my fundraising campaign for NYU's Hassenfeld Center. For my Bat Mitzvah I have started Beneficial Bracelets, where 100% of the money I raise goes to the patients at the Hassenfeld Children's Hospital at NYU Langone. Hassenfeld focuses on the patients, AND their families, and I am excited to use the money I raise to help fund their annual Back to School Blast in August, with money going towards school supplies, new backpacks, and materials for those patients well enough to go back to school.

This cause in particular is special to me because my grandpa died of cancer and I wanted to honor him by donating money to a cause that reminds me of him. I think he would be proud that I am trying to help kids who are suffering from cancer. Please go to @beneficialbracelets on instagram to order a bracelet or donate here.

If you feel motivated to donate any amount, no matter the size, please do. Thank you for your support.

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This campaign supports: Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone

Your gift will support the most advanced medical care in New York City for babies, kids, and teens.


I am so touched by the dedication to raise money for cancer and Ellas remembering her "POPPY" as well as others in her efforts.
Although Jodi was not a child, she left behind a broken-hearted mother. We hope that her mother, Phyllis, will take comfort in knowing that you are doing something to make the lives of children with cancer a little better. Go Ella!
We know how pleased Karen would be to know that you are helping to bring happiness to children who are battling this terrible disease.

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