It’s Beginning to Look a lot Like Christmas

How can I tell? Because my mailbox (both snail mail and online) are full of donation requests from tons of charities I like. While I was sifting through my options, I was pleasantly surprised to see that The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) has received a research challenge grant.

An anonymous friend of LLS will match $100,000 in donations made by December 31st to support an important research focus - to reduce the long-term and late effects of some of today's intensive treatments.

Cure rates for many blood cancer patients have improved dramatically in past decades. But harsh treatments that save lives can come with a cost. Too many cancer survivors experience long-term negative effects from their treatments. Some are chronic conditions that affect quality of life. Others, which might occur years later, can be life threatening.
What patients need now is for current therapies to be made less harmful without sacrificing their effectiveness. This matching challenge will help accomplish that.

Please take advantage of this challenge and double the impact of your gift by December 31st. Your donation of $25 will become $50; your gift of $50 will become $100. Whatever you give will go twice as far. Don't miss this chance to make a gift.
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