About the NCCF:

The National Canine Cancer Foundation is a nationwide, contribution funded, 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem in dogs by funding grants for the scientific efforts of cancer researchers who are working to save lives, find a cure, find better treatments, find more accurate, cost effective, diagnostic methods in dealing with cancer, and diminishing dogs’ suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy, and service.

www.wearethecure.org/aboutus

Joined on Monday 17 July, 2017.

Donations & Comments

Donor Amount Comment
Darcia Eding $250 "This is to honor our dear camp buddy Linus. He helped make our trips to Lake Tahoe so special. After also losing our wonderful Lab Fudgie to cancer we know how hard it is to let them go. I think Fudgie is up there on the Rainbow Bridge getting Linus to swim!",
Joanne Osburn $710 "A huge "thank you!" to our friends at Power Paws who bought me out at my dog treat sale. Your support and kind words were immeasurably helpful. The dog treat sale resulted in $355 for NCCF and we're matching it for a total of $710. Thank you again so much!",
Barbara Dobbins $50 "Linus has a special place in my heart. He was DuncDog's brother from another mother and I loved him as I do my own.",
Paul and Joanne Osburn $910 "A huge thank you to our friends from the San Francisco Bay Weimaraner Club agility trial in Livermore who supported our bake sale. Between sales and donations, you all provided $455 for NCCF! We are so grateful for your love and support. We're matching the total from the bake sale. Thank you again!",
Linda Osburn $50 "So so very sad, they are our family.....wish I could have been around Linus more. Thanks for sharing his story.",
Nancy Gyes $100 "We at Power Paws are so sorry for your loss, but sure happy we got to meet The Linus during the happy agility part of his life.",
Carol & George (Gradnma & Grandp James $200 "We treasure the time we were given to spend with Linus while he was with our daughter and son-in-law. He was truly a remarkable dog, and we'll never forget him. We hope that a cure can be found for this terrible disease.",
Jennifer James $250 "It's been an honor to witness the joy that Linus brought to Jo and Paul, and the extended family too. He was an amazing dog and we all loved him.",
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