Cowboy Ethan takes his hat off to you
Many of you met our superstar cowboy Ethan during tax time and were inspired to give generously to provide families with a sanctuary from blood cancer –thank you so much!
Ethan was only two years old when he was diagnosed with leukaemia. The whole family having to leave home so he could receive life-saving treatment in a far-away city.
We are happy to let you know Ethan is safely back home with mum, dad and his new baby sister, Ivy – who was born while the family was staying at the Leukaemia Foundation village.
Cowboy Ethan himself visited some lucky supporters at the village recently, charming the socks off them – even convincing some to sign up as regular giving supporters!
“While we have a while to go, we are looking forward to the end of the treatment so our brave boy can rediscover a normal life, feel well and simply play with friends. Just normal kid stuff.” said dad, Trent.Posted on September 10th, 2019
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