Lifeline Fund


In 2013, when Jeremy was 26-years-old, he was busy working hard and taking care of his 6-year-old son. He had been feeling drained and extremely tired. Around that time, his mother moved back to help Jeremy with his son. They moved into an apartment together and tried to have a normal family life. Several months later, Jeremy’s leg began hurting. Although he didn\'t think it was anything to worry about, his mother took him to the doctor. Jeremy and his mother were left in shock. Jeremy was soon diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma, Stage IV. Jeremy was working as an HVAC tech for the past 9 years and had to stop working due to chemotherapy. He was out of work with no benefits for 8 months. Jeremy’s mother had to pick up extra work to help pay all of his bills. During those 6 months, Jeremy was able to return to work, until he relapsed. He was out of work again with no benefits. Finally, his oncologist revealed that he would need a stem cell transplant. At the end of October 2014, Jeremy went to the hospital for stem cell harvesting. Jeremy will be receiving his transplant within the next week or two and will be hospitalized for about a month. He looks forward to receiving a transplant, being cured of his Hodgkins Lymphoma, and getting his life back. Jeremy remains strong for his son and family. Jeremy and his family are partnering with The Bone Marrow Foundation during this difficult time in order to help him raise funds towards his treatment, daily living expenses, and support for his son and mother.

The Bone Marrow and Cancer Foundation relies 100% on private donations. Your generous Lifeline Fund donation will make a significant difference in the lives of patients like Jeremy.