Sophia was just under two years old when she was diagnosed with stage IV neuroblastoma on August 14th, 2002.
Sophia fought bravely always doing her best to enjoy life through her difficult treatments.
Sadly, Sophia lost her battle to this awful disease on December 23rd, 2004.
Our mission at Sophia's Fund is derived from a simple question, "What would Sophie want?" Sophia's Fund is dedicated to helping families in their crusade against cancer; either financially or otherwise. We assist with life changes; raising awareness to gain greater support in the local and national communities; and ultimately strive to allow families to focus their energy on the battle.
The enormity of childhood cancer cannot be known until one goes through this ordeal. From a parent needing to leave work to care for their child, to other siblings dealing with the trauma of having a brother or sister with a life-threatening disease. The need for support is great, and Sophia’s Fund strives to do that even in the smallest of ways.
We are a donation driven organization that provides financial support to children undergoing cancer treatments and their families. Sophia's Fund is also in the battle to help increase childhood cancer awareness, funding, and research.
“Fighting Childhood Cancer On All Fronts”
Sophia's Fund is a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization