Help Bill Foreman FIGHT cancer!

Bill Foreman has worked in the real estate business for over 40 years.  He has worked for CENTURY 21 Scheetz a majority of those years.  For those who do not know him, Bill LOVES real estate and he has a gift of mentoring which he has put to use coaching countless agents over the years.

Twelve years ago Bill Foreman was diagnosed with prostate cancer.  Bill had surgery to remove the prostate, radiation and chemo, the cancer went in to remission! Bill continued to take the medications to keep the cancer at bay but the medications stopped working and the cancer came back a year ago.  Since then Bill has been  trying new medications and experimental drugs to find the one that will put him back in remission.  So far nothing has stopped the cancer from progressing.   In the mean time personal funds have been depleted and insurance does not cover experimental medicines.  Now, left with no other choice other than letting cancer WIN the battle, Bill has to seek outside financial support.  Bill's wife Teresa, has found some grants to help but at almost $15,000 per month for medications, it seems hopeless.  Please consider donating a gift of $10, $50, $100, $500 or more to help Bill stay alive.  All proceeds will go directly to Bill.  If you would prefer to write a check directly to Bill to avoid the credit card fees, you can contact Wanda Roland44056416_1576184248904632_r.jpeg.

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Organizer and beneficiary

Wanda Roland 
Organizer
Westfield, IN
William (Bill) Foreman 
Beneficiary
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