Our Mission is to inspire hope and faith by providing support to the overall well-being of pediatric cancer families.
Established in 2011, the Bumblebee Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 that was founded in memory of Jarren Donatini, who was diagnosed with Hepatoblastoma (liver cancer) at the age of three.
During his 18 month battle with cancer Jarren touched the lives of many and showed others about the meaning of true love, faith, and courage. His parents immediately knew they were called to start an organization that would offer this same attitude of love and support for all families suffering from pediatric cancer.
The costs and emotional stress for families of pediatric cancer patients can be overwhelming. It is our goal to assist families with not only financial support for things like unpaid medical bills, time off from work, gas, etc. but also to support basic needs like meals, transportation and other services.
Additionally, we feel it is important to support the entire well-being of the family, by sharing hope and seeking to provide comfort via spiritual needs and/or counseling.
Please see our Services Offered page to see the details kind of assistance the BumbleBee Foundation provides to pediatric cancer families.
The BumbleBee Foundation was established in memory of Jarren Donatini, who at the age of four, passed away from a very rare form of liver cancer (Hepatoblastoma). During his eighteen-month battle with cancer, Jarren’s family was directly impacted with the overwhelming costs and emotional stress associated with caring for a pediatric cancer patient.
Jarren touched the lives of many, but the families that rallied around him and his family, providing love, faith, and hope during a time of great need, left such a profound impact that his parents immediately knew they were called to start an organization that would offer this same attitude of love and support for all families suffering from pediatric cancer.
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