Time to Fly Blog

 

Mason’s Story: A Friend In The Fight

After 2-year-old Mason started shaking uncontrollably at his daycare on October 17, 2013, he was immediately brought to the pediatrician. It was there, that doctors found his blood counts were very low.  Mason was sent to the University of Minnesota…> Read More

Danny’s Story: Giving in Spite of Chemo

Each June, we fly for kids and families affected by cancer. Through efforts like Time to Fly, we believe we will find a cure so that children like Danny can lead healthy lives as survivors. In September of 2015, Danny’s…> Read More

Danica’s Story: Living in the Now

On Christmas Eve in 2013, Kari noticed that something was a little off with her daughter, Danica. She was not her usual energetic and positive self. Instead, she was restless, crying, and felt so unwell that she didn’t even want…> Read More

Lexyn’s Story: Creeping Uncertainty

“Amongst our day-to-day life lies uncertainty. Whether we like it or not, it’s become a part of our daily existence. Amidst the days we tend to let our guard down, the uncertainty tends to creep back up; it has an…> Read More

Sydney’s Story: The Cancer Slayer

Raise, walk and cure for kids like Sydney. Each June, we fly for kids and families affected by cancer. Through efforts like Time to Fly, we believe we will find a cure so that children like Sydney can lead healthy…> Read More

Isaac’s Story: Taking Life by Storm

Isaac, 12, says things like they are and he’s not afraid to advocate for himself and his mom, especially when it comes to his cancer. “When I found out I had cancer, I was like “Yikes!” he says. “I started…> Read More

Dexter’s Story: “Everyone is here for you.”

Each June, we fly for kids and families affected by cancer. Through efforts like Time to Fly, we believe we will find a cure so that children like Dexter can lead healthy lives as survivors. Just over a year ago,…> Read More

Griffin’s Story: Conquering Fear

Every time Jill arrived at the hospital for her 8-year-old son Griffin’s chemotherapy treatment, she posted signs and drawings on the blank hospital room walls. One sign hung above Griffin’s bed and his IV pole: “Griffin Strong.” it said. This…> Read More

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