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California Couple Whose Son Died of Cancer Offers Free Rides to Hospital Treatment for Sick Children and Families

When Richard Nares and his wife Diane lost their only child, Emilio, just shy of his 6th birthday, they were devastated. After marrying later in life, Emilio had been their joy. During his treatment for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, the San Diego-area couple was saddened watching other families struggle just to make it to the hospital, (read more)

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)

Join Us in a Virtual Tour of ENF

Come take a virtual tour of ENF, visiting Rady's Children's Hospital, meeting the people we help and learning about our many programs. Produced by Tim Hernandez of Milton Motion

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

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 who complete their cancer treatment a way to celebrate the achievement in a poignant way. The bell (read more)

Harvest for Hope – October 1, 2017 – Save the Date!

Join Us Sunday, October 1, 2017 Save the Date for ENF's 14th Annual Harvest for Hope fine wine and cuisine fundraising! Spend an afternoon enjoying flavorful wines, spirits and delicious gourmet foods from San Diego's finest restaurants atop the NEW beautiful San Diego Central Library! Purchase Tickets or Become a Sponsor (read more)

Loving Tabs Healing Shirts – 10th Anniversary

2017 marks the 10th anniversary for Loving Tabs Healing Shirts. Loving Tabs are specially designed shirts that enable medical providers to administer chemotherapy and other medications into the permanent chest “cath port” through an open-close shoulder panel, without having to lift or remove the patient’s garment. This simple, yet innovative solution increases patient comfort (read more)

Thank You D.W. Hearst Foundation!

ENF would like to give thanks to the D.W. Hearst Jr. Foundation for their generous gift of $50,000 to support our programs and services. These funds directly impact low-income underprivileged families whose children have cancer. We will now be able to continue to help families who need a ride to their child’s cancer treatment, ensuring (read more)

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