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'Helping families cope with cancer, one household at a time' TM is a 501 C3 tax-exempt non-profit organization
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The easiest and hardest thing I believe one can do is to totally surrender... 
Not to defeat, but to Faith. is here to help you not take cancer lying down...  but LOOKING UP!
The night I told my sisters I had cancer...
 I was driving to their home & had a clear vision

it was of a large ocean- the one I was just tossed into. I thought I could swim and swim to save myself, struggling against the current and put up a really good fight to live. I thought I if I could see the shore at least, I could try to swim.  I thought I could do that a few days without drowning. Reality hit and I realized I could not save myself. I then imagined not fighting; lying back and totally surrendering my need, my instinctive urge to fight. I would float and rely on the great unknown that lie beneath me that I knew would hold me much longer if I simply let it. This great ocean I was tossed into I once thought was my demise, soon turned into a sea that would save me. My position hadn’t changed at all but my perception did. 

So yes, I guess people do seem to find God when they hit rock bottom that is because people usually choose to swim and nearly drown before surrendering, not to defeat but to faith. This realization the night I was diagnosed was the most liberating moment of my life.  As crazy as it sounds cancer freed me. -Now I believe this Ocean 'Vision' truly was Jesus coming in the boat to pick me up. Cool.

Thank you very much for visiting The intent of is to provide individuals newly diagnosed with cancer with a with a wide variety of services from real help in the home to basic emotional support. All help gifted by volunteers is purely by good will and with the understanding that the recipient will not hold liable either floydwarriors or its representatives for any kind of wrongful conduct, information, services or the like that may be given. Our volunteers are not trained  just caring individuals who mostly have been impacted by cancer themselves in some way and want to give back. Others just want to give. Please seek all medical & psychological counseling from skilled trained, professionals. 
We believe people in essence are good and that is why we have gone ahead and assembled this Army of Help That Surrounds You! was created to offer a support system- an Army of Help - to go into the lives of patients battling cancer, so they may have help with the basic needs in recover and live to pursue their God given dreams and talents. 
We are individuals and businesses wanting to LOG IN AND HELP OUT!
​         "Perhaps we can't help everyone, but we can help someone. 
And what that someone can do...can make the difference in the life of another!   -Lisa M. xo!  
'Preach the Gospel at all times 
and when neccessary use words'
          -St. Francis of Assisi

D"With God All Things Are Possible"
    -Matthew 19:26
Dinner is Done...Dishes are Clean...The Kids are OK! "MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!"
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With the mission "The Kids are OK!"...Project Easter Bunny was inspired in 2009 when founder Lisa Morahan was too ill to prepare a basket for her son Caden (1 1/2 yrs old). Now through the efforts of many, 375 BIG baskets were delivered to oncology centers across the Capital Region for Moms & Dads so they may have a basket ready.


NYOH of Albany, Rexford, Clifton Park, Amsterdam, CR Wood Center at Glens Falls Hospital
ROC at Saratoga Hospital, Saratoga Hospital Center of Breast Care, The Hope Club of Latham
The Community Hospice of Saratoga, St. Peter's Hospital Oncology Center and families served by 

'On behalf of St Peter's Cancer Care, I would like to thank you for the Easter Baskets. It was a simple, sweet gesture that meant so much to our patients with young children and Grandparents undergoing treatment. Thank you for sharing your vision with our patients.'  

Anne Lawton, RN
St Peter’s Hospital
Community Liaison, SPH Cancer Care Dept.

Thank you to all who contributed towards Project Easter Bunny! To make 375 beautiful baskets, a lot of people had to donate! A very special Thank You to Quad Graphics (Saratoga Springs) whose employees gave us donations and they provided space and great man power to make the project a success. A BIG THANK YOU also to TODAY'S LIMOUSINE who donated use of their BIG PINK Limo for delivering baskets.

If your family received a basket and you would like to send a testimonial~ please do! Submit to