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This journey was not ours alone, but is shared by our loving family and supportive friends. Many of whom joined us along the way, and some of whom completed their own story too soon. We are proud to have been a part of Noah’s Bandage Project from the beginning and to see the joy and hope that many have gained from the simple, unselfish love of a child.”

Amanda Cole Mother of Malina Cole, who was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma in 2014

. I’ve shared with so many of Noah’s love for other children. I actually had a preschool child come in with his teacher after falling and scraping his knees. He was screaming and didn’t want me near him. After I calmed him down and cleaned him up I showed him my puppy dog pals bandages and let him pick out the ones he thought would “watch over” his Owie. He left a different child. The next day he came back and asked if he could have some more in case he got hurt at home!! Of course I gave him the box.💕 every day for a week he came by my office to thank me. And he was just 4 years old. I always think of how it would make Noah beam with joy!!😘😘 Over and over as children, even my older 6th graders, come to receive first aid, one of the things they ask is do they still have a choice of what bandaid? I joke with them and have even told my masculine guys I think they need a Disney princess bandage to attract their favorite girl!! Some have accepted the challenge and proudly wear them back to class! But more importantly, I have seen something as small and seemingly as Insignificant as a bandaid, transform a child‘s countenance In a matter of seconds. I am so proud to be able to share Noah Wilson’s passion he had for making a small but powerful impact in the life of another child.💕💕

Lynn Louallen, RN School Nurse

Our mission is to end childhood cancer through awareness, support, and the gift of hope. We do this through the collection of cool, fun bandages for kids and raise money for pediatric cancer research.