It’s funny how certain people are drawn to one another. For 18-year-old Jordan Belous of New York and 9-year-old Tessa Prothero of Royal Oak, it was cancer of all things along and a hit pop song and dance that laid the foundation for an unbreakable bond. In 2015, Belous was a 16-year-old living in New…Read More
In September 2015 I met Tessa while doing the WHIP & NAE NAE in Time Square. She told me on that day that the Whip is one of her FAVORITE dances and songs. WELL TODAY, Tessa’s morale was boosted- the amazing, talented young man Silentó who wrote the Whip and Nae Nae sent her some…Read More
For all families affected by pediatric cancer, come join us for a free family fun afternoon of ice skating, face painting, tattoos, hot coco, photo booth and MORE! ***skates are included for all ages! Check out our Facebook event here. Sunday, March 19 at 10 AM – 12 PM EDT Dix Hills Ice Rink –…Read More
How is it okay that kids diagnosed with a certain type of cancer only have a 50 percent chance of survival????? Look at these faces. SIX HUNDRED innocent children will be starting treatment for this devil this year. In 16 hours, a child will loose their battle, all to one word: NEUROBLASTOMA. Be aware #NationalNeuroblastomaDay…Read More
As of today I have mailed 252,250 gold hearts to 509 schools. My goal is to send 500,000. If each heart brings an average donation of just two dollars that will be $1,000,000 that will be used to fund research for pediatric cancer. You can Go Gold anytime during the year whenever works best for…Read More
Cancer survivors come in all shapes and sizes, ages and races. Cancer doesn’t discriminate! National Cancer Survivors Day® is a celebration for those who have survived, an inspiration for those recently diagnosed, a gathering of support for families, and an outreach to the community. Today we celebrate all of the warriors, young and old, who have…Read More
What is better than seeing families affected by pediatric cancer SMILE?….NOTHING! Check out this great day hosted by Whip Pediatric Cancer. I hope these photos make you SMILE! you can view all of the photos on our Facebook page.Read More
Whip Pediatric Cancer is a 501 C3 non-profit organization. It's sole purpose is raising awareness about pediatric cancer and the need for funding that will help scientists find a cure. You can learn more about the history of Whip Pediatric Cancer here, or you can learn how to bring the "Heart of GOLD" program to your school here.