National Lemonade Days Ambassadors

National Lemonade Days Ambassadors

Introducing the 2017 National Lemonade Days Hero Ambassadors.

These three families have been personally affected by childhood cancer and will spread awareness about the ongoing childhood cancer fight by sharing their personal journeys. ALSF and the National Lemonade Days Hero Ambassadors invite you take a “stand” against childhood cancer during Alex’s Lemonade Days.

The Ciamarra Family

The Ciamarra Family

Anna, 7, is currently battling T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia. But watch out, cancer, because Anna is in charge! Anna and her SuperSib Claire love hosting their own lemonade stand. The Ciamarra family hopes to help others who are new to this journey and also champion the importance of improved treatments and cures for all children battling cancer.

Read more about Anna's story.

Photography Credit: Martha Abelson Photography


The Hnatt Family

The Hnatt Family

Coulter, 8, has been battling anaplastic ependymoma for almost five years. In 2015, he enrolled in a trial funded by ALSF. Coulter says, “God didn't put us on this earth to do nothing, we have a purpose. Never give up!” The Hnatt family believes that one day there will be a cure for childhood cancer and are sharing their journey to further the cause of fighting it.

Read more about Coulter's story.


The Talley Family

The Talley Family

Elijah, 16, has been battling stage IV neuroblastoma since he was four years old. He and his family must travel 1,200 miles from his home in Arkansas to The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for treatment. They have been assisted by ALSF’s Travel for Care program while making the long trek. The family loves to share Alex’s (ALSF founder) story and encourage others to get involved because they feel ALSF needs to continue their mission not only in research, but also helping families get to the treatment their kids need.

Read more about Elijah's story.

Photography Credit: Laura Kellerman Photography