Proceeds for cancer patients
Many who are heads of household get diagnosed with cancer and are forced out of work.
Our goal is to support as many patients that we can. As of January 2013 we are sponsoring
4 patients who are out of work. Your support helps us to be able to continue this effort.
We want to grow this number to 100 over the next 2 years. We will list those who have
allowed us to give their names and status.
Christopher Kelly - *Update* Christopher Kelly passed away in March 2013. He was 57. We will continue to support his
wife and son monthly until her needs are met. Christopher had battled leukemia from 2011-2013 and went to be with the Lord in March.
The Kelly's reside in North Carolina.
Matthew Jensen - Matt has been battling non hodgkin's lymphoma since 2007. He is 30 and has been married 10 years
and the proud father of a 7 year old boy. Matthew relapsed and had a tumor in his spine in 2010 and is in remission after a
bone marrow transplant. He is unable to work due to a low white blood cell count and is in need of Rituxan treatment as well as
dental work. Matt and his family reside in Minnesota.
Eli McGuire - Me. I am a 28 year old and have been married for almost 8 years. We have a 6 year old boy.
In 2007 I was diagnosed with stage 2 nHL. I beat a football sized tumor in my chest cavity and was briefly in
remission until it came back in my lower spine. This put me at stage 4. I beat that tumor and am recovering
from a stemcell transplant. Due to my low white blood count I am unable to work outside of the home. I lost my
share of cost Medicaid in mid 2010 and have been paying for all treatment out of pocket ever since. That is why I
started this company. I am not the only patient who is terminally ill and without help. I want to eventually help
support 100 patients who need money for life saving treatment. Thank you for any support that you give us.
Things to know about this website
1.) I am a sole proprietor. - This company is a personal company that I run from home as I am unable to work. Sometimes I am slow with answering emails but I am very fast at getting your product shipped.
2.) These are collector items. - The products sold at my store are collections from trader to trader. The cost of running this company is shown in our prices.
3.) These are not found in stores.- These products are not and will not ever be sold in stores. Do not wait for an official release of your old favorite western because it isn't coming. The majority of these programs were never put on VHS much less DVD. Most of our programs are complete and are in order from pilot through finale.
4.) We offer FREE products to anyone who is currently battling with cancer.- That's right! I have been fighting stage 4 nHL cancer since 2007 and understand that people who are fighting cancer need a break. Along with the financial struggles of cancer there are also emotional struggles. We have found that many elderly people who are battling this disease get great enjoyment out of watching their old favorite tv show from 40-50 years ago. This unlocks happy memories from their past and can help the healing process. Please email us at WesternsForCancer@hotmail.com if you want to give a gift to someone who is currently going through chemotherapy or a transplant. We are a nonprofit organization. Our prices also reflect the cost of being able to give free products out to current cancer patients and also the cost of making the product.
It is not required that you order a set from us in order to get a free set.If you are a patient who receives a free set, all I ask is that you tell your friends and family about our website. Facebook is a great place for word of mouth advertising which will keep this company strong.