Our mission is to provide care and support for pediatric oncology patients and their families
Promoting Andrew’s Spirit of Compassion, Strength and Love
The Andrew Olson Foundation is a nonprofit with 5013C status. Your donation is 100% tax deductible.
Our on-going goal is to raise funds to support research that benefits pediatric oncology patients, grants wishes to critically ill children, and programs that promote the emotional, academic and physical development of children.
Our foundation has already provided pediatric cancer patients with: medication, financial assistance, wishes for trips to Disney, culinary school, car restoration, etc
Upcoming Andrew Olson Foundation Benefit
Scrap booking/Craft Day
Saturday, July 6, 2019 9am until 6pm
St. Mary’s High School 4701 S. Grand (just south of Meramec)
$30 includes table, lunch, drinks and fun with friends Convenient parking behind school cafeteria in gated lot.
Our crafters: scrapbook, make cards, and quilt as well as other crafts. You may also sell your gently used paper crafts/supplies. Just bring your items and plan to have them near your work table. You price, sell and keep all monies. The crop will be in the cool, bright school cafeteria. 100% of your tax deductible fee will benefit the Andrew Olson Foundation 501(3)(c) established to help families affected by childhood cancer. Please sign up HERE.
If you have any questions, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call me (314-486-1664) . Checks made out to the Andrew Olson Foundation can be mailed to me at: 11158 Crickett Hill Drive, St. Louis, MO 63146. Please join us.
As parents, it is so natural to have hopes and dreams for our child. We plan what we hope the future will hold for them: first day of school, sports they’ll play, music lessons, prom, high school graduations and on to college. We want nothing more than to see their dreams come true.
When parents are told their child has cancer, those goals are put on hold; they are replaced with the more immediate goals of treatment plans, doctor appointments and survival. Milestones change from “first tooth” to “number of months cancer free”.