Every Smile Matters For Children Battling Cancer

Our agency is raising funds in honor of Scott Loeb, a courageous 5-year-old who passed away from a form of brain cancer. The Smiles For Scott Foundation, Inc. is an organization that honors Scott’s life while raising funds to enhance the lives of children who are battling cancer.  

Scott Loeb lost the battle to cancer in 2005 when he was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma. What is most remembered about him is his contagious smile. Scott’s parents, Debbie and Larry, realized that many other families who are experiencing what their family experienced with Scott, are in need of medical equipment and comfort during the treatment process. They soon decided to create the foundation in remembrance of Scott’s life and they want to make life easier for families with children battling cancer.

The Smiles For Scott Foundation

 

Community Cause


GOAL

$500




We'll Donate
on your Behalf
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The Althea Johnson Agency is committed to supporting The Smiles For Scott Foundation, Inc. and ensuring that families with children battling cancer are given the support and proper resources they need during their child’s treatment process. Join us!

YOUR DONATION, OUR MONEY! CLICK HERE
Our agency will donate $10 to The Smiles For Scott Foundation, Inc. on your behalf for every recommendation you send our way, and we'll add you to our monthly drawing for a $50 Gift Card.

Getting involved has never been so simple, or Free!


To Make a Donation Directly
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