Thomas’ Happy Day

We need you to help us celebrate Thomas’ birthday. This year Thomas would have been 15 years old but sadly Thomas will forever be 12. Our son Thomas was a sweet, kind, compassionate, and loving boy who is no longer with us due to an aggressive brain tumor called Anaplastic Ependymoma. Thomas brought happiness wherever he went. We are carrying on his caring spirit as well as the happiness he brought through the foundation loving named after him, The Thomas Scully Foundation. The mission of Thomas’ foundation is to bring a “Little Bit of Happiness” to children with cancer today, while supporting a cure for tomorrow.

The day Thomas was born has been and will always be celebrated. It is the day his wonderful soul came into this world and made everyone’s lives, that came in contact with him, richer. Celebrating this HAPPY day will not stop because he is no longer here in body. It will just be different.

What better way to celebrate all that Thomas was than bringing happiness to others, even if just for the moment.  So, this year we are throwing a celebration for the children with cancer stuck in the hospital. We will be serving food and dessert to the families and children at our local hospital as well as handing out gifts and smiles. But we need your support. We hope you will help us celebrate Thomas’ Happy Day by going to our Amazon Charity Wish list at Amazon Charity Wish List and fulfilling an item or two to be given out on March 3rd. Please make sure to choose The Thomas Scully Foundation’s delivery address at checkout.  All deliveries must be received no later than February 27th. We also gladly accept monetary donations through our website.

We greatly appreciate any and all support. Feel free to share this with all your friends, acquaintances and colleagues.

If you would like to find out more about Thomas or the foundation please visit our website at . You can also like and follow us on Facebook and Instagram to keep up to date.

Help us make it a Happy Day for children with Cancer!

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