Jessica Chubak

Jessica Chubak

Nov 30, 2015

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About This Project

We are in the home stretch!

Please consider donating in these final hours so that we'll be able to talk with more young cancer patients, their families, and their care providers to find out how to make pet visits possible for them. If we get enough donations, we’ll include another hospital in our pilot project.

Cancer is hard on kids and their families. Can visits from therapy animals make the time they spend in the hospital easier? What does it take to make these pet therapy visits safe and effective? Please donate to our project and help us find out.

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