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Foundation offers free van rides to low-income kids fighting cancer

Emilio Nares was just 5-years-old when he died following a two-year battle with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). His parents, Richard and Diane, collected the pain they felt over the loss of their only child and channeled it into building a foundation to help other sick children and honor their son’s memory. The Nares sat by (read more)

6-year-old first to ring ‘symbol of triumph’ at Rady Children’s

Read story and watch video online UNION TRIBUNE - December 22, 2016 - by Allison Sampite-Montecalvo Six-year-old Eliana Feliciano was diagnosed with cancer last year on Christmas Day. On Thursday, after finishing her year-long treatment, she was the first patient to ring the new survivor bell at Rady Children’s Hospital. The bell gives children (read more)

Ride with Emilio

August 12, 2015 – Telemundo Yuma-El Centro (read more)

Training for the finish line, and to finish cancer

September 11, 2015 – CBS 8 San Diego (read more)

Emilio Nares Foundation Helps Valley Children Suffering From Cancer

July 13, 2015 - The Desert Review by Michelle Smith "This is more than a foundation.  It’s more like a calling.  A real passion.” – Richard Nares of The Emilio Nares Foundation San Diego resident Richard Nares believes he is walking in his life’s calling; and because of his dedication to this calling, the lives (read more)

Richard Nares – Hero Dad

June 2015 – Parenting OC Magazine (read more)

Van service provides lift for families dealing with cancer

April 21, 2015 – The Orange County Register (read more)

Support Drive for Rides

April 8, 2015 – CW6 (read more)

OC Man Launches Program to Help Low Income Cancer Patients

February 12, 2015 – ABC 7 (read more)

Boy with cancer’s Yuletide wish: a place to live and rest

Dec. 20, 2014 – San Diego Union Tribune (read more)

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