A Punch In The Gut

Today started like any other. I woke up to the embrace of my sweet 3 year old who likes to start the morning by petting my hair. We woke up, I had coffee, fed my boys breakfast and hit the day with a running start. I was blissfully unaware that today was any different from... Continue Reading →

4 Years Ago

4 years ago on July 16, 2012 our family¬†was shaken to its very core. Our 4 month old daughter, Olivia, was diagnosed with brain cancer. Our worst nightmare was coming true and there was nothing we could do to change it. I will never forget that day. I woke up that morning to Olivia having... Continue Reading →

A Change In Mission

After a lot of reflection, we at Olivia Caldwell Foundation decided to make some changes to our mission. We would like to use this blog post to explain our new mission statement and what our vision is for Olivia Caldwell Foundation and our future. A lot of changes have been going on at OCF behind... Continue Reading →

Please don’t forget

When your child is first diagnosed with cancer, your phone rings off the hook. Everyone is eager to help in any way they can with offers of financial assistance, meals, and many, many prayers. Then the cancer battle rages on and slowly that support starts to dwindle. Your family is still embroiled in the fight... Continue Reading →

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