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Board Member Round Up | November 2021

Meet Kathy Kearney, a retired HR Senior Manager from the Boeing Company after 38 years. With over 13 years as a breast cancer patient, 10 years in remission, and now as a metastatic breast cancer woman, she understands firsthand what cancer patients are going through.  Kathy is passionate about helping others going through their cancer journey and giving back wherever she can. She feels blessed to have her village fighting alongside her as she continues the cancer journey and is excited to contribute as part of the Journey Fund board.

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Kiauna’s Story | June 2021

Imagine doing your cancer treatment by yourself. No one should feel alone on their journey. That shouldn’t happen. Imagine just having no support. Imagine you’re staring at a utility bill that you have no idea how you’re going to pay it, you’ve been laid off from your job and you are about ready to lose your home. Imagine having cancer on top of that. The loneliness, the fear, the how am I going to do this with cancer? It doesn’t take a day off. It is with you day in and day out. Morning, noon and night. And to have all of these other things. Causing stress. That’s that’s really hard on that person. The Journey Fund was inspired by a need in the South Puget Sound to bring resources to cancer patients, whether it is paying a bill, providing clothes, providing some portion of rent or a utility bill to be paid. I think whenever you can give somebody something, you feel, it makes you feel good. But it also makes you feel like you want to do more. The first time I met Kiana, she was very open. She, you know, here she was not really knowing who I was and she was so willing to talk with me and share Her story. She had a whole lot more in front of her in the form of obstacles. Based on the time at which she was diagnosed and then a whole host of other personal things that were happening around her. And so I really felt compelled to want to learn more about her and to be able to help her and her family. My motivation was my children surviving it for them. You know. It was scary. I didn’t know what I was going to do. I

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