Working and Learning at the SFA

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Working and Learning at the SFA

Today’s blog was written by Caleigh during her time at the Sarcoma Foundation of America’s office for “Take Your Child to Work” day.  Caleigh, a 3rd grader, is the daughter of Lori Hoffman, SFA’s Senior Manager of Public Policy and External Affairs. This is Caleigh’s third year helping out at the SFA.  Last year, she wrote a blog about how kids can help in our efforts to raise money for sarcoma research.  She has once again chosen to serve as a guest blogger during her time in the office.   By Caleigh   Have you ever wondered about the Sarcoma Foundation of…  Read More »

Kids Can Help

Today’s blog was written by Caleigh H. during her time at the SFA office for “Take Your Child to Work Day.”  Caleigh, a 2nd grader, is the daughter of Lori Hoffman, SFA’s Senior Manager of Public Policy and External Affairs.  Even though she is only 7 years old, Caleigh already understands how devastating sarcoma is, especially since it often impacts children like her.  This is why she has taken an interest in helping and has even staffed the SFA booth at CureFest for Childhood Cancer, an event dedicated to raising awareness for childhood cancer.  One of her tasks today was to put together a…  Read More »