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Bloggers stay hopeful with Light the Night

Living with cancer is something we all hope we never face, but when the disease surfaces, it’s time for solidarity.

Group of women at cancer walkathon

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society helps cancer victims by funding research into blood cancer, but it also helps patients learn about their disease and pay for medical bills. The society brightens the lives of those living with leukemia and lymphoma with Light the Night, a yearly walk to raise money and bring together those stricken by cancer, their families and their friends.

We found five bloggers who understand just how much Light the Night helps the cancer cause.

Laura Williams

Raising money for the walk might seem like an intimidating goal, but the bloggers of Girls Gone Sporty agree the satisfaction is well worth the initial anxiety.

Vera Sweeney

Looking for reasons to get involved beyond Light the Night’s mission? Vera Sweeney has you covered.

Jessica Watson

It’s easy to lose track of your fundraising mission. Jessica Watson gives you a few reasons to keep working toward your goal.

Danielle Smith

When cancer strikes, it’s important not to lose hope. That’s the mission of Light the Night, and it perfectly corresponds with Diana’s beliefs.

Mama Kat

Finding inspiration in the face of cancer might seem like an uphill battle, but as Mama Kat’s mom told her when she lost her second husband to cancer, you never know how you’ll react to tragedy. Mama Kat worked through it and will be participating in her local Light the Night walk this September.

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