Uriel, Age 9
High Risk Leukemia patient who is recovering at home from a bone marrow transplant at COH. Mom shares, "We have a car needing lot of repairs and it sometimes leave us stranded on the road. Sometimes I feel like I can't go on, but we always try to keep our heads up and keep moving forward."
Healthy Living Program
Bid For Kids Gala
Halloween Spooktacular Event
October 26, 2019 ~ All pediatric oncology families are welcome to Join Megan's Wings & SB County Fire Dept. at Fire Station 305 in Hesperia for a fun Halloween Party including trick or treating from firemen, lunch, games, and a station, fire truck and helicopter tour. Register HERE
4th of July Celebration
City of Hope
July 2, 2019 ~ Join Megan's Wings at City of Hope for a 4th of July Celebration. Pediatric Parent's and Caregivers will receive a Summer Inspired Catered Lunch, and Makeovers and Manicures. Kids will make 4th of July Themed Crafts. Lots of fun for families at City of Hope!
November 1st 2019 ~ Megan's Wings Adopt-A-Family Campaign Begins. Join us in Making Holiday Wishes Come True! Accepting applications for Donors and Volunteers HERE!
City of Hope
October 31st, 2019 ~ Join Megan's Wings at City of Hope for a Halloween Celebration. Pediatric Parent's and Caregivers will receive a Spooky Themed Catered Lunch, and Massages. Kids will make Halloween Themed Crafts. Lots of fun for families at City of Hope!
100 Women Who Care About
Megan's Wings on
December 3rd, 2019 ~ Join
100 Women Who Care about Megan's Wings. 5pm-7pm for Cheesecake and Wine at Pacific Wine Merchants in Upland.
100 Women Donate
$100 each to raise
$10,000 for Local Pediatric Oncology Families House Payment in the Month of December. Be A Part of This Great Movement #GivingTuesday
2019 PAST EVENTS
FREE Family Fun Day at Big Al's in Ontario
May 22nd, 2019 ~ Join Megan's Wings at Big Al's in Ontario. FREE Bowling, Arcade Games, and a Pizza Party! We look forward to seeing our families at the event. Please register HERE by May 15th, 2019.
California Rainbow Girls Grand Assembly
April 4-7, 2019 ~ California Rainbow Girls Take Flight for Kids With Cancer!
2019 Grand Worthy Advisor, Hannah Hanlon chose Megan's Wings as this year's Grand Service Project. We have enjoyed this partnership with these unique and wonderfully spirited young ladies!
Thank you California Rainbow Girls
Hannah Hanlon's Speech HERE
St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Ontario Firefighters Local 1430 partnering with Big Al's in Ontario, once again made astonishing efforts to raise over $50,000 for Inland Empire Families who have a child battling cancer! Fun times for everyone there! Thank you to our Wonderful Supporters, we couldn't do it without you!
Easter Celebration at City of Hope
April 17th, 2019 ~ Join Megan's Wings and Kohl's Cares Volunteers at City of Hope for an Easter Celebration. Pediatric Parent's and Caregivers will receive a Yummy Catered Lunch, and Makeovers and Manicures by Kohl's Cares. Kids will make Easter Themed Crafts. Lots of fun for families at City of Hope!
Healthy Living Seminar
February 9, 2019 ~ Families from throughout the Inland Empire attended our Healthy Living Seminar at the Scheu Family YMCA in Upland. Provided with presentations from professionals in the fields of Nutritional Supplements, Alternative Therapies, and Body and Mind Wellness, our Families took home a plethora of information on boosting their child's immune system during their cancer treatments. Families enjoyed lunch and the children made Valentine's Day Crafts and played games!
Agua Caliente Clippers
January 27- 2019 ~ Many Pediatric Oncology Families joined Megan's Wings for a Sunday Funday at Citizens Business Bank Arena for a Agua Caliente Clippers game!
The kids had the opportunity to High5 the players before the game and get some autographs afterwards! Fun day for the whole family and Megan's Wings!
We lost our daughter, Megan at the tender age of nine after a long 2 ½ year battle with Leukemia. She was a sweet, caring, feisty, outgoing little girl. She taught me to not put off tomorrow what we can do today, to love those around us with all our heart, to be thankful for what we have because it can all be taken away in a heartbeat, and that it is our destined journey here on earth to reach out to those in need, helping anyway we can. Megan was such a kind considerate soul, always reaching out to others even in her toughest times. Megan faced her illness with a brave smile and a courageous heart, seldom shedding a tear for herself. While I held her hand, caressed her back and shed a lifetime of tears while she slept, and after she was gone. I never wanted her to see my fears. I couldn’t take away her pain or the cancer that forced her to go through everything she had to endure to fight it. I could only give her medication, soothe her aches with mommy’s tender touch and put my faith in the doctors and God to heal her. As a parent, you feel so helpless.