In May of 2014 our 4 year old daughter Claire was diagnosed with a cancer called "Ewing's Sarcoma." After a year that included 17 rounds of chemotherapy, 4 surgeries, a week in the ICU, and over 100 overnight stays at the hospital, we are blessed to say she is in remission. She fought hard physically, and now she's ready to fight back in another way. Ewing's Sarcoma receives VERY MINIMAL funding, meaning survival rates have not improved in decades. More than one out of every four diagnosed with Ewing's will not survive. During treatment Claire bonded via social media with another Ewing's patient, known as "Smiley Kylie." Kylie passed away on February 13, 2015. One of Kylie's dying wishes, was that her family kill childhood cancer. We want to help that wish come true. Claire's oncologist at Johns Hopkins is actively working on promising research to hopefully improve Ewing's Sarcoma survival rates. All the money we receive will be donated to Johns Hopkins University; to be used for research. Thank you for helping our little fighter do something BIG!