Tuesday, November 3, 2009

The Suburbanaires Nolan Fund

Julia has been blessed with so many people in her corner as she fights this terrible fight.

One such group, the Suburbanaires, have generously contributed to Julia's foundation through The Nolan Fund. Please read their story below.


The Nolan Fund

The fund was established in memory of Nolan, grandson of Milt Rainey, Chorus Director of The Suburbanaires, a retired senior "Barbershop Chorus" who meet every Wednesday from September to June from noon until 3 p.m. in Markham.

The purpose of the fund is to assist parents of a child in need over and above what normal agencies cover. Nolan, who was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma cancer at sixteen months of age, spent a good portion of his short life in Sick Kids Hospital. The Suburbanaires were able to help cover the parking fees for his parents on their visits to Sick Kids.

Every Wednesday at chapter, the Suburbanaires are collecting pennies, nickles, dimes, quarters, loonies, toonies and even paper money in a specially built "Pennies for Nolan" box, to help build the fund. The Suburbanaires are constantly looking for ways to be of financial assistance to parents in need.

We have learned the plight of your child, Julia Morreale, and feel this is exactly the situation for which the Nolan fund was intended. To help you out, the Suburbanaires would like to make a donation of six hundred dollars ($600.00) to assist your family in caring for your child, to be used as you see fit.

We are hoping for the best for Julia. On behalf of the Suburbanaires, I am

Milt Rainey
(Music Director)
902 Lilac Terrace
Whitby, Ontario
L1N 2A5

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