I was interviewed by my friend Jenn Prentice after our quick ride together home from Rise in April. Please go check it out.
Our story is just one of many.
I had the thought that since Billy was such a foodie, instead of fluttering a desk a day, I’d flutter a restaurant a day. First stop was Brew in Santa Rosa. Today we fluttered Ramen Gaijin in Sebastopol. If you can spare $5 please head over to our fluttering page to help us reach our goal for childhood cancer advocacy month.
I was introduced to Heather Crabtree in 2015, I was so excited to sign up for her conference in 2016. Then Billy was diagnosed in May of 2016 and I couldn’t go any more. Heather reached out to her community and got them on board to send Billy postcards. Six months later her daughter was diagnosed with the same “rare” cancer as Billy.
We still haven’t met face to face, but her and London are never far from my heart. They believe in the Mission of Lighthouse for Hope so they are part of the T-shirt campaign. Please if you need a new graphic T, choose this one for a cause.
This year we will be “Fluttering” two houses and one office everyday. Visit our fundraising page please and Message me for detail on what days are open.
We are so excited Noble Folk of Healdsburg has started serving their second annual Billy’s Fighters ice cream, raising money for UCSF Childhood Cancer Research in Billy’s honor.
Last year we helped raised $1400.
Let’s break that record and do more with 2018’s Berry Swirl