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Imagine being 8 year old Faith Kearns, bursting with excitement to go to school, play sports, have fun with her friends, and to just run free. Or being 19 year old Matt Dalley, fresh out of college and ready to take on the world, travel, and riding his BMX bike everywhere he goes. But Instead of living your dreams, imagine spending the next few years away from home, in and out of hospitals, undergoing chemotherapy treatments, countless injections and medications, biopsies, physical therapy, hair loss and other tests. This is what it’s like when you have Leukemia, all your dreams are put aside. That is what happened to our friends, 8 year old Faith and 19 year old Matt Dalley, And it happening to thousands of children and adults every day all around the world. Acute lymphoblastic Leukemia is the most common type of Leukemia in children, accounting for three-quarters of all children diagnosed with Leukemia. Twenty percent do not live more than five years after diagnosis. Link up and help support and promote awareness for Leukemia.

The Leukemia Link Bracelet – $5.00


The Leukemia Link Charm – $5.00

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  • ….sometimes you just need a little help from your friends, and other times you make new friends during a very difficult time.  This is what happened to our family when our son, Brett Banasiewicz, suffered a traumatic brain injury on his BMX bike on August 23, 2011.  Dustin Grice is one of Brett’s BMX buddies that reached out to us about the Link Foundation.  Jeff Troldahl, founder of the Link Foundation, and Dustin Grice designed a “Maddog” bracelet with Brett’s signature colors pink and green.  The Link Foundation sold many bracelets via the internet and also allowed us to sell the bracelets at Brett’s BMX Skate Park.  The proceeds went to Brett’s mounting medical bills.  Brett was able to obtain the best care in the United States that also included hyperbarics.  Brett had to relocate to Texas because the state of Indiana is not licensed to administer hyperbarics  for TBI’s..

    Lisa Banasiewicz, Brett B's Mom Kitchen Skatepark
  • I am grateful for The Link Foundation because they take an interest in individual lives. They have blessed a few of our underprivileged teens with the nicest bikes they could have ever envisioned! It meant so much to each teen, giving them a greater sense of worth and identity.”

    Andy Swanda, VP of Outreach & Community Engagement Treehouse