As part of its
Delivering Hopecommunity involvement initiative, OnTrac is proud to support The Ronan Thompson Foundation and Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September.
The Ronan Thompson Foundation, in honor of Ronan Thompson, who was just 3 years old when he passed away from Neuroblastoma, was organized by his mother Maya and is located in the Phoenix-area.
Neuroblastoma is a rare cancer that develops from nerve tissue. It usually occurs in infants and children. His mother Maya made a promise to him that she would carry on his name and fight to find a cure. She started a blog while Ronan was going through treatment and from there began to publicize awareness for the disease. Even after Ronan passed away she still writes on her blog and remains unyielding in her beliefs, that there will be a cure found for this disease.
To read all about Ronan’s story, please visit theronanthompsonfoundation.com
To visit Maya Thompson’s blog, visit rockstarronan.com/
About the Ronan Thompson Foundation
The Ronan Thompson Foundation is a non-profit 501 organization dedicated to finding a cure for neuroblastoma, a form of childhood cancer. We are currently fundraising to create a world-class neuroblastoma research and care center dedicated to funding both traditional and non-traditional treatments to reduce the number of children affected by this disease and increase survival rates.