Have you been touched by cancer?
The Laugh at Cancer Organization Inc is a non-profit organization, which is helping families touched by cancer...directly or indirectly! Our mission is to help families facing cancer's touch and restoring hope in families devastated by this relentless disease. The several projects sponsored by LACO are listed on our website. These projects are free to all families touched by cancer in anyway, even pet owners.
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Posted on February 9, 2011 at 10:18pm
Did you know that reading articles can spread seeds of hope to those families facing cancer's touch? Well you can, just by reading the diverse articles and poems, which I have written over the last few years. Most
of my readers know that I am a freelance author and the founder of… Continue
Posted on October 15, 2009 at 1:47am
Hi All….The Laugh At Cancer Org in Jacksonville, FL will be “Bringing the Holidays to the Local Nursing Homes”. We need candles, soaps, bath kits, small gifts, blankets, books, bookmarks, and lots more. Please consider helping us make these holidays…One to remember! We also need Christmas cards and lots of Bagged candy. We need you to make this happen, so let’s spread hope to those who can’t come home this year. (Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas) Please contact Crystal If you can… Continue
Posted on October 14, 2009 at 5:03pm
Join our Bracelet of Hope raffle and put a little sparkle in your day. We will be holding our drawing on Dec 15th. 2009. ($5 each ticket) Let's make a difference together! Check out the details at http://laughatcancer.org/fundraising_projects
Posted on October 31, 2008 at 3:30pm
What is LACSC Day of Hope?
The initials LACSC stands for the organization, which I founded that is called the Laugh at Cancer Support Community. On Oct. 28th, I celebrated the first ever LACSC Day of Hope and enjoyed making the patients smile. Now, the 28th of every month, I will be visiting local cancer centers to give out small gifts to cancer patients unless it falls on a weekend. Each month, I will pick a different clinic to visit in the Jacksonville, Florida area. These small… Continue
Posted on October 14, 2008 at 8:30pm
The Laugh at Cancer Support Community About three years ago, a local support group was created to help those touched by cancer and their loved ones. This new group was a blessing to so many families and their friends. However, the group faced many obstacles, which caused the founder to "break-outside-the- box" (Cangemi, J. & Miller, R.) for a solution to overcome these issues. According to Kauffman, 2008), the online support community was moved… Continue