Childhood Cancer Awareness
Childhood Cancer Awareness
Childhood Cancer Awareness
Childhood Cancer Awareness
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The Ayverie Childhood Cancer Research Fund

Ayverie and her loving medical staff dealt courageously with Medulloblastoma (brain cancer) for over 6 years until it claimed her young life. Ayverie was stubborn, feisty, witty, sarcastic and hilarious. Her uncoordinated dance moves, booming voice, dimpled smile, infectious laugh, humble giving heart moved everyone who knew her. She was the Toronto Raptors and Raptors 905’s biggest fan, competitive in everything she did as reflected in her willingness to kick anyone’s butt at UNO. Her natural curiosity made her a great skier, cook, bike rider, seamstress and student. Ayverie’s LOVE for everyone and everything will be missed.

Ayverie’s greatest wish over that past couple of years has been to find a cure for the ugly monster cancer, especially childhood – not because she had medulloblastoma, but because she didn’t want another child or family to suffer like she had.  Ayverie was always asking anyone that wanted to gift her something, to donate their money to childhood cancer research instead.