Sunday May 6th Alex's Arcade Foundation held our 1st Princess Party, and Princess Sofia was our guest of honor.
She was all smiles with the Princesses from the amazing organization Crowns Against Cancer
Thank you! The smile you put on her face is something we’ll never forget!
We couldn’t ask for better partners than Terry's Terrace.
From the owners, management and staff... They are big part of what we do to help kids and families escape and cope with the reality of childhood cancer.
We also had the support of JD Marshall and his organization A Mission Of Love. JD helped keep our own James Craven calm and keep the conversation going.
All of this together shows that we are all in the fight against childhood cancer together, that no child or family ever fights alone, that there is strength in numbers.
Inspired by childhood cancer survivor, Alex Craven and his love of video games, Alex's Arcade provides video games to children with cancer to be used as an escape and coping mechanism.
Not only can video games provide an escape from reality for children diagnosed with cancer, they also reduce the stress of being in the hospital.
It's that time of year. No, not the yard work time...Golfing time!
Alex's Arcade Foundation's 3rd Annual Tee Off On Childhood Cancer Golf Outing and Dinner time!
Alex's Arcade is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides video games as a coping mechanism to children diagnosed with cancer..
Saturday May 5th we had the opportunity to work with the organization childhood cancer organization A Mission of Love.
A Mission of Love presents kids with the "Best Day at Best Buy. It can be a shopping spree or handpicked gifts specifically for a child in a hospital undergoing treatment.
Alex's Arcade Foundation was honored to work with them when we presented Andrew with his "Best Day" surprise.
This is Andrew's 2nd bout with cancer at just 9 years old.
Andrew was surprised with a Super Mario Bros.Nintendo DS,, A Mission Love Best Buy Gift Card, and Best Buy threw in their employee discount to help the shopping spree go further.
This wasn't just a Best Day for Andrew, but for us at Alex's Arcade too, to be able to work with another amazing organization to help such a deserving young man.
As a nonprofit childhood cancer awareness organization, the Alex’s Arcade Foundation helps children cope with the diagnosis of cancer by providing an escape from the reality of childhood cancer to the world of video games.
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