Cameron Mattice recently shared his story at an annual Toronto Fundraiser hosted by Lindsay’s Angels in support of the Canadian Childhood Cancer Foundation - Scholarship Program for children who are in treatment or who have survived cancer. Lindsay’s Angels was created by seven sisters who lost their brother, Lindsay, to Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in the prime of his life. His family took the worst time in their lives and changed it to making a difference in children’s lives. As a childhood survivor of cancer, Cameron is past scholarship recipient and has recently graduated with BA in Kinesiology from York University. This year Lindsay’s Angels surpassed their goal to raise $24,400!
“Cameron, my family was so happy to meet you and I must tell you, you are an amazing speaker. I can't believe how many people approached me looking for you, as they were so touched by your story,” said Denise Liscoumb, one of Lindsay’s Angels. “We felt a connection with you and your family because "family" is what this is all about. I want to thank all of you for coming, for speaking and for helping us make a difference!”