September 30, 2017 | 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM | Blue Mark Studios: 892 Jefferson Street, Atlanta, GA 30318
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Today We Dance ~ United Against Cancer.
Join us on September 30, 2017 for Dancers Unite Against Cancer, an evening of dancing, performances by top Atlanta Dancers, live music, Food and Drinks,
fun activities for kids and the opportunity to make a difference for our Recipient.
Dancers Unite Against Cancer is the primary fundraising event for the Nancy Falco Fund. This dance event unites Georgians to raise money for the Nancy Falco Fund.
Fostering Love & Compassion…
The Nancy Falco Fund Limited (NFF) is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization devoted to providing financial aid, love and hope to cancer patients. Each year NFF donates 100% of the profits from Dancers Unite Against Cancer ticket sales and donations to a Georgia resident currently experiencing the financial hardship associated with a cancer diagnosis.
As a parent the journey of life involves your children. My Husband Will and I are no different. Each of our children has come with unique situations and we’ve learned from them all. It’s no secret, when you become a parent, God gives you an extra set of eyes and ears to see and hear the things that go on daily in the household. There’s something incredible about a mother’s intuition that I can’t explain. With that being said, my gut instinct has never let me down when it comes to my children! This particular story involves my daughter Jaimee and her struggle with cancer.
Growing up our daughter Jaimee had always had headaches and a bit of a lazy eye. We had taken her to the pediatrician several different times where she was misdiagnosed more than once. As recent as about nine months ago, things started to change. Jaimee was getting nauseous and throwing up almost every morning in addition to her other symptoms. At one point, it got so bad that she could barely move. She was so weak from being sick, that she wasn’t able to walk to the bathroom on her own. Due to her symptoms she became dehydrated and also suffered with a bad sinus infection and UTI. She was prescribed antibiotics and while taking this treatment, Jaimee was still showing signs of nausea and fatigue. It was clear she was not getting better and I was getting worried and concerned. After dealing with misdiagnoses and failed attempts with medicine, I opted to get Jaimee an eye exam. In hopes that there would be nothing found and I could get peace of mind, but for some reason my gut was telling me something different.