Our Programs

Program #1

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Deliver new, unopened toys to children fighting pediatric cancer while staying in the hospital. As a family that has experienced life in the hospital, it is diifficult to keep hope alive. These toys act as a service of the healing process of hope and provide happiness to these courageous children. 

Program #2

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Help families that lose children to cancer. Their hearts are broken and there are not many resources for them. We know what it's like to still have all of the child's belongings in sight after passing. Our goal is to get them out of that environment for a unique getaway to rebuild hope. 

Program #3

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Collect new toys and give them out one day a year, around Jayden's birthday, during a joint partnership for Jayden's Toy Store/Breakfast with Santa. This allows us to provide toys to children in the community in honor of our son, Remaining toys go to children fighting cancer in the hospital, thank you for allow us to "Pay it forward, Jayden Style"! 

Toys for Children fighting cancer

This program has reached 13 people this year! 

Rebuilding hope get a ways

This program has reached over 30 people effected by the loss of a child to pediatric cancer 

Jayden's Toy Store

This program has reach over 10,000 children from the community and fighting cancer!

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IMPORTANT FACTS

 

Each year, the parents of approximately 15,300 kids will hear the words “your child has cancer.” Across all ages, ethnic groups and socio-economics, this disease remains the number one cause of death by disease in children. Despite major advances – from an overall survival rate of 10 percent just fifty years ago to nearly 90 percent today, for many rare cancers, the survival rate is much lower. Furthermore, the number of diagnosed cases annually has not declined in nearly 20 years.

  • Every day, 43 children are diagnosed with cancer.
  • 12% of children diagnosed with cancer do not survive.
  • Children’s cancer affects all ethnic, gender and socio-economic groups.
  • The average age of children diagnosed is six.
  • More than 40,000 children undergo treatment for cancer each year.
  • 60% of children who survive cancer suffer late-effects, such as infertility, heart failure and secondary cancers.
  • There are approximately 375,000 adult survivors of children’s cancer in the United States.

That equates to 1 in 530 adults ages 20-39.