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Supporting The Ronan Thompson Foundation


When you buy a Maddy Nash bag, you'll feel good carrying a personalized clutch made just for you. But you'll free great knowing that your purchase has helped in the fight against pediatric cancer. 

Ronan ThompsonTen percent of all Maddy Nash profits benefit The Ronan Thompson Foundation. Ronan was a spicy, three-year-old boy with the most beautiful blue eyes who died of Neuroblastoma, a form of childhood cancer. 

Maddy Nash has joined Ronan's mama, Maya, and her army of supporters (including Taylor Swift) to put an end to childhood cancer. 

We've followed Maya's story of heartache, courage, honesty and love for the past few years on her blog, Rockstar Ronan. We urge you to get to know Ronan's story, too. You'll never think about childhood cancer, or life, in the same way again. 

Did you know?
  • Pediatric cancer kills more children than any other disease, more than asthma, cystic fibrosis, diabetes and pediatric AIDS combined.
  • There are 15 children diagnosed with cancer for every one child diagnosed with pediatric AIDS. Yet, the U.S. invests approximately $595,000 for research per victim of pediatric AIDS and only $20,000 for each victim of childhood cancer.
  • The National Cancer Institute‚Äôs (NCI) federal budget was $4.6 billion. Of that, breast cancer received 12%, prostate cancer received 7%, and all 12 major groups of pediatric cancers combined received less than 3%.
  • The American Cancer Society spends less than 70 cents of each 100 dollars raised on childhood cancer.
  • Sadly, over 2,300 children with cancer die each year.
  • Every school day 46 children are diagnosed.
  • 1 in 330 children will have the disease by age 20.