Celebrate Father's Day


If you are anything like me, Father’s Day seems to sneak up on you every year. It’s not to say that I don’t appreciate my dad for everything he has done for me, it’s just that life can be busy sometimes. All of the sudden you look up and here we are – 10 days away.

Whether you remembered or not the LAF has a great way for you to honor all the dads in your life this year. By ordering Father’s Day cards from the LAF, you will make a difference in the lives of people fighting cancer while celebrating that special bond.


The cards are specially designed for Father’s Day and can be personalized with any message you want. And best of all 100% of your donation will benefit the LAF in your recipients name.
To make sure your recipient receives their card by Father’s Day, make sure you place your order by Monday June 10.


  1. Anne says:

    I have survived cancer and a brain tumor and recovered only to find no one wants to hire a cancer survivor. I have said I was home with my kids for the years I was out of the work force–which were consecutive–and at the department of vocational rehabilitation was told never to say I was sick, so employers question my absence from the work place. In addition, due to employers access to my credit history, they can see medical bills. I have contacted the American Cancer Society, CancerCare (spoke with Glenn) and numerous, numerous organizations and there are no programs to mentor or network cancer survivors into jobs. I think it’s great so many survive, but if you’re like me and have lost your home and then can’t rebuild because you’re risk due to past illness, how can you move forward? There must be some way to get cancer survivors to work–if not, there is no quality of life whatsoever and a future of poverty. I have an MS and two BA degrees and a previously terrific solid work history. Can anyone help?

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