College is a goal many kids aspire to reach, but what happens when cancer alters your charted course? There are many organizations and foundations that offer scholarships specifically for cancer survivors, including Critical Care Comics.
Critical Care Comics is proud to grow its relationship with fellow nonprofit Tyler Robinson Foundation. The Tyler Robinson Foundation’s primary mission is to support families struggling with pediatric cancer diagnoses and treatments through financial and emotional resources.
Our cosplay volunteers visited with eight amazing kids and their mothers, all of whom were so happy to see our cosplay volunteers. We gave out two full boxes of comics, a bunch of itty bitty plushies, and each mother got a Kendra Scott necklace from Brea.
My first mission was a success, to say the least! I was first greeted by Spider-Man, who was immediately super friendly (obviously, he’s your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, right?) and everyone who followed was just as amazing.
Stories like this are near and dear to our hearts atCritical Care Comicsand we are so thankful to Criss Angel/Criss Angel HELPand Shaunyl Benson for giving us the opportunity to celebrate the Johnny Crisstopher end of chemotherapy with their family.