Emily's PINK Crusaders

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Emily's PINK Crusaders

Emily Grace Robinson had the prettiest smile. She was a happy baby full of giggles and grins. She grew into a delightful child, smart, compassionate and joyful. At the pediatricians office she had an x-ray because of a periodic back ache. A grapefruit size mass was discovered in her chest, stage 4 sympathetic nervous system cancer (Neuroblastoma). She was four years old.

The cancer took Emily's life after two plus years of extremely painful yet ineffective treatment. She is remembered by everyone as a happy, caring, always smiling little girl, full of hope and promise.

Emily LIVED more in her six short years than most do in a lifetime. She cared DEEPLY. She wouldn't want other kids to suffer. She would want a cure to be found. She is survived by her Father and Mother as well as her two sisters Autumn and Evelyn.

Donate now or register to hold your own lemonade stand or event to support Emily's PINK Crusaders.

Amount Raised from Fundraising Pages:

$17,307