In December 2011, Emily Whitehead Foundation board member Jodie Potter's youngest son was diagnosed with neuroblastoma just prior to his second birthday. Today, Corban Potter is five years cancer free! In her own words, Jodie shared with us their story.
On March 9, we attended Life Sciences Pennsylvania's 2017 Annual Dinner in Philadelphia. The Emily Whitehead Foundation was invited as a finalist for LSPA's 2016 Patient Impact Award.
The Emily Whitehead Foundation has been named a finalist for Life Sciences Pennsylvania's 2016 Patient Impact Award! The award recipient will be announced March 9, 2017 at Life Sciences Pennsylvania's Annual Dinner at the Philadelphia Convention Center.
We are so excited to share that this fall we will be hosting the first annual Emily Whitehead Foundation Believe Ball — and you're invited! Visit the event page to learn more.
On February 2, 2017 two local high school wrestling clubs, Philipsburg-Osceola and Clearfield, met in a dual-meet at Philipsburg-Osceola High School for the second year in a row to raise money for the Emily Whitehead Foundation.
Emily Whitehead, our (favorite) co-founder, recently took to Facebook to say hello and share a few updates! On January 21, Emily wrote to let everyone know about an upcoming routine appointment at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).