If y'all haven't heard yet, this groovy chick is for the children!
The inspiring and amazing Taylor Swift has gone the extra mile once again!
The 24-year-old superstar has donated $50,000 to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and that money will be put towards a "high-tech music therapy program" specifically for children in the hospital's Cancer Center.
Here's what the chief executive officer of the hospital, Steven M. Altschuler, said in a statement:
We hope you have some tissues nearby, because this is the most heartbreakingly sweet thing you'll read all day.
Brayden Denton from Newton County, Indiana was a normal 5-year-old boy who loved nothing more than reading comic books and watching his superheroes fight crime on the big screen!
Sadly, his life took an unfortunate turn when he was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2013, and after a yearlong battle he died on May 8th.
His mother, Staci Denton, says Brayden ALWAYS had a superhero by his side during his treatments, so his family thought it would be a good idea to
Apparently, we weren't the only ones who thought the accusations against Valerie Harper were horrific!
Looped producer Matthew Lombardo's lawsuit against the actress claimed that her cancer cost him $500,000 to replace her and that she misled him in order to get a contract. He lost.
Even better, the judge ordered Matthew to pay up
Talk about real life superheroes!!
The cast of The Avengers has recently rallied around one of their biggest fans — Stratford Caldecott, who was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer back in 2011.
Sadly, he was only given 12 weeks to live and was in such poor health he couldn't make it to a theater to see Captain America: The Winter Soldier. So his daughter, Sophie Caldecott decided to take action and call upon the superheroes to make her father's wish come true!
It started simply enough, with the family getting in touch with
Angelina Jolie is just such an absolutely wonderful woman, we wish her nothing but the best in life.
That's why our hearts broke when we heard she was so at risk for breast cancer that she elected to have a preventive double mastectomy last year.
Extremely sad news.
One of the most inspiring persons we've ever heard about, Stephen Sutton, died on May 14th after a long battle with terminal cancer.
The tragic event happened after Stephen was readmitted to the hospital three days ago, and he eventually succumbed to bowel cancer.
The loss of the brilliant 19-year-old, who raised over $5 Million dollars for the charity Teenage Cancer Trust, was felt around the world as hundreds of thousands of internet users tried to donate to his Just Giving page before it temporarily crashed.
The extremely sad news was first reported by Stephen's mother who wrote on his Facebook page: