Aimee's Army501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization

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112 Comments

Reply Rhonda Ebrom
9:52 AM on September 19, 2012 
I love you Ma, call me soon!
Reply Kate Davis
8:28 PM on March 10, 2012 
I saw your flat today at the St. Patrick's parade in Scranton. By the time your whole group passed, my sister and I were in tears. The idea of holding the flags of these children up high, for everyone to read, get to know for a brief moment, was so moving. I also remember, a few years back, the collection for my son's Bible School at Clarks Summit United Methodist Church went to Aimee's Army, and I was lucky enough to be there to hear Aimee's story. I just wanted to say that I am so happy to see a wonderful organization continuing in their fight to raise awareness for such an important issue. I am looking forward to the walk at Nay Aug park in September, and I'm going to keep talking about your mission to others, in the hopes that it can spread the word to the right people so perhaps you can grow even larger with your fight. Thank you for coming to the parade today. I hope to see Aimee's Army get all the support you need and more.
Reply childrenofgarychoir
5:48 PM on February 18, 2012 
INTERNATIONAL YOUTH CHOIR says...
Congratulations on your 501c.3 status. Please be so kind to share with us any tips about the pros and cons that you've experienced with this status, as we decide on whether or not to apply. Thanks so much.


http://www.childrenofgarychoir.webs.com
Reply INTERNATIONAL YOUTH CHOIR
5:40 PM on February 18, 2012 
Congratulations on your 501c.3 status. Please be so kind to share with us any tips about the pros and cons that you've experienced with this status, as we decide on whether or not to apply. Thanks so much.
Reply Janet Demeter
11:51 PM on January 15, 2012 
Grateful for you all!
Reply Aimee's Army
2:22 PM on December 4, 2011 
Denise,
Thank you for your kind words. I am honored that Aimee, has left a lasting impression on your heart. Yes, she is and forever will be with me always.
Annette (angel aimees mom)

Denise says...
Dear Annette,
yesterday I came across Aimee's story and have been reading since then. I am so impressed by her courage and strenght. I've never heard from this kind of cancer before but I learnt a lot and will tell anyone I know about it. I will never forget your brave daughter, she'll always be with you.
Greetings from Germany,
Denise
Reply Denise
8:51 AM on December 4, 2011 
Dear Annette,
yesterday I came across Aimee's story and have been reading since then. I am so impressed by her courage and strenght. I've never heard from this kind of cancer before but I learnt a lot and will tell anyone I know about it. I will never forget your brave daughter, she'll always be with you.
Greetings from Germany,
Denise
Reply Aimee's Army
9:19 PM on September 25, 2011 
Amorette,
Thank you for joining and your kind words. It's always an honor to have new people join this cause, after hearing a story about our children.
I did follow Delaney's story for a short time. After traveling this journey there are times when it becomes very hard on parents to re-live it. Thank you for being there for Delaney's family I know they really do appreciate it. Much love and respect always. God Bless.


Amorette Helm says...
I just found this site through Facebook and I was so impressed with the final letter your daughter wrote to you! What wisdom and vision she had for only being 12 years old! She must have been a very remarkable young lady! I found out about DIPG when precious little Delaney Wadsworth was diagnosed and my 5 year old daughter and I started praying for her. I have since found so many other precious kiddos fighting the same battle and it just breaks my heart! I tell everyone I can about DIPG and have yet to find a person who already knew what it was! I pray that one day a cure will be found so no other families have to go through what your family and so many others have gone through! My love and prayers are with your family and this organization! God bless you!

Amorette Helm
Reply Amorette Helm
11:30 AM on September 19, 2011 
I just found this site through Facebook and I was so impressed with the final letter your daughter wrote to you! What wisdom and vision she had for only being 12 years old! She must have been a very remarkable young lady! I found out about DIPG when precious little Delaney Wadsworth was diagnosed and my 5 year old daughter and I started praying for her. I have since found so many other precious kiddos fighting the same battle and it just breaks my heart! I tell everyone I can about DIPG and have yet to find a person who already knew what it was! I pray that one day a cure will be found so no other families have to go through what your family and so many others have gone through! My love and prayers are with your family and this organization! God bless you!

Amorette Helm
Reply barb
9:57 PM on September 15, 2011 
Isn`t there a walk/demo at Nay Aug Park in Scranton this weekend? There's hardly any publicity about it...