Back in March we introduced you to singer/songwriter duo Hadley Park out of Nashville, TN.
In our interview with Courtney and Morgan we were told of the story of Kaleb, Morgan’s nephew, who had just been diagnosed with cancer for the second time in his young life and allowed his mother to transcribe his feelings on a CaringBridge post. Morgan and Courtney read the blog post and knew that day that they needed to turn Kaleb’s words into a song with the sole purpose of trying to make him smile. With that the song “Things I’ve Learned” was born.
When we were approached to help Hadley Park raise awareness for Childhood Cancer across North America we decided to #DoSomething4CC (Do Something for Childhood Cancer) so we launched our own campaign here in Canada! We do this for every child and fighting this horrible disease today, ever child that has fought and won and for every child that lost their fight. We do this so that someday children will only celebrate victories and that every battle against childhood cancer can be a successful one!
A special message from Hadley Park
Here’s a special message from Morgan and Courtney for their Canadian fans on how you too can help Do Something for Childhood Cancer.
Did you know that in Canada only 5% of cancer research dollars is allocated to childhood cancer? These children are our future and they are dying.
Help Us #DoSomething4CC
We are fundraising for Childhood Cancer Canada (CCC) and would love to be able to count on your support. Together we can further life-saving research, and help grow CCC’s critical education, community and connectivity programs to children with cancer and their families.
Click here to join our campaign and together we can create more victories for the 10,000 kids currently battling cancer in Canada.
Things I’ve Learned
Here is the video for “Things I’ve Learned”, share this post using the hashtag #DoSomething4CC and help spread the message and invite others to join the fight as well! The video has now been shared by thousands of people, including Martina McBride, Rodney Atkins,and major organizations like CureSearch for Children’s Cancer & CaringBridge. It is being played nationwide on The Country Network, and we recently found out that the song will be in an upcoming episode of Netflix Production, The Ranch, starring Ashton Kutcher and Sam Elliott.