In January of 2017 our son Aaron lost his battle with cancer. He was 36 years old. Aaron was blessed to have a strong family network that stood by him during this difficult time. He never had to wonder how he was going to make it to his chemo treatments, whether he had enough money to pay his bills or if he had the support and encouragement of those who loved him dearly. Not everyone is so fortunate. We witnessed many people at chemo treatments who were alone and scared. They did not have the support to help carry them through and the cancer diagnosis was affecting them not only emotionally but financially. Anytime we can give to a situation that helps others with their struggles and provides them with opportunities to overcome we are privileged to be able to participate. L5 is one of those organizations that provides people dealing with the devastating impact of cancer essential help to meet needs that often go unnoticed.