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Topic - Sunshine Foundation
Sunshine Foundation is an American non-profit organization founded in 1976 by a then Philadelphia Police Officer, [http://sunshinefoundation.com/message.html Bill Sample], to answer the dreams of chronically ill, seriously ill, physically challenged and abused children ages 3 – 18 whose families cannot fulfill their requests due to the financial strain that the child's illness may cause. To date Sunshine Foundation has answered over 34,000 dreams nationwide. - Source: Wikipedia
Oftentimes, confronting the monster under the bed only to discover that it's not such a monster after all is the best approach. The same could also possibly be said about confronting the issue most people don't want to talk about - suicide, specifically suicide prevention and awareness.
Actor G.W. Bailey will share the spotlight Sunday as celebrity king of the Bacchus parade _ one the biggest in the run-up to Mardi Gras _ with more than two dozen child cancer patients from across the country.
Actor G.W. Bailey shared the spotlight Sunday as celebrity king of the Bacchus parade _ one the biggest in the run-up to Mardi Gras _ with more than two dozen child cancer patients from across the country.