Inspire hope and possibility in young adults who are living with life-threatening illnesses
Many organizations exist to help children deal with serious diseases, but what happens when these children turn 18 and live longer than they were “supposed” to? What about school? A career? A relationship? The Cameron Siemers Foundation for Hope was created to help young people with life-threatening illnesses transition into adulthood.
Our major program is called Life Grants™. Each year, the Cameron Siemers Foundation for Hope awards a minimum of four Life Grants to young adults who are living with life-threatening illnesses. A Life Grant is a $5,000 award to help young adults fulfill a dream, goal, or project that makes a difference in their lives and communities.
1. To support and empower young adults with life threatening illnesses to inspire their peers, families, and communities.
2. We envision a world where everyone is empowered to create a future that makes a difference in their lives and their communities.
3. We are committed to a world where hope and possibility lives in our community and inspires extraordinary lives.