help for families of childhood cancer patients

B.I.G. Love Ambassador Program

BIG Love Cancer Care

As a B.I.G. Love Ambassador, you will be given great opportunities throughout the year to share your unique story, to increase awareness about childhood cancer and to help promote an incredible cause – B.I.G. Love! You will share this honor with several other ambassadors and receive many enjoyments, unique experiences and opportunities for growth.

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Ambassador programs function effectively all across our great country. They serve a very unique purpose. They help the public connect with the non-profit in a very real, genuine and loving way. This is important to us. We want our donors, volunteers and supporters to not only hear the BIG Love story – but see the BIG Love story.

If you are interested in the Ambassador program, fill out the form below.

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As we begin to celebrate our 10th Anniversary in 2017, our Ambassador Program this year is extra special. Our 2017 AMAZING AMBASSADORS:

Leroy Baker

My name is Leroy Baker. I was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma (bone cancer) one year ago. I am from Jamaica and came to Texas Children's Hospital to receive treatment for my tumor which had been present for two years. When I got to Texas, I was so happy because I was in unbearable pain. After the biopsy, I learned I had a Osteosarcoma, a malignant bone cancer. I was very afraid. I never thought something like this would happen to me. While I was in the hospital, I was alone most of the time, but very soon, I met B.I.G. Love and Mrs. Vicky. We talked for a while. Each week, BIG Love comes to visit me and brings me my favorite chips. I have witnessed how happy BIG Love makes all the kids. And they give so many wonderful gifts and makes everyone smile. I don't have a lot of family here, but B.I.G. Love makes me feel at home. They are my family! It's so important to cancer kids and teens to know that people love us and care about gives us more drive to fight! I have learned that love and happiness can overcome pain and sadness, and I have learned to adapt to anything that comes my way. After 19 rounds of chemotherapy, I am now cancer free and wanting to get my life back on track!