Two Mothers One Prayer

Facing your child's cancer with hope, strength and courage

Two Mothers One PrayerLaura Lane and Laurie Nersten became friends through the shared connection of having a young daughter facing a pediatric brain tumour. Over two years. Laura and Laurie connected and shared  their experiences. In 2013, Laura’s daughter Celeste died of her brain tumour. Haley is currently undergoing treatment as she continues her journey with the disease.

Now, Laura and Laurie have chronicled their experience of hope, strength and courage to help other parents facing the life-changing diagnosis of pediatric cancer. Their book, Two Mothers, One Prayer will lift your heart and inspire hope. Proceeds from the sale of the book will benefit several charities supporting children and their families facing cancer.

Any online purchase that includes the code CCAM-BTFC in the 'Special Instructions'  will be directed to support brain tumour patients through Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada.

Thank you to Laura, Laurie and their families for their courage and strength and support for brain tumour patients and families.

Proceeds from the sale of the book will also be given to SickKids, ChildCan, Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO), Brainchild and others.  

For further information about Cause Marketing partnership opportunities and the benefits to you, please contact:

Susan Marshall
Chief Executive Officer
smarshall@braintumour.ca
1-800-265-5106 ext. 222

 

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