A Million Books for Hope

Help fight childhood cancer in a fun and educational way with “A Million Books for Hope,” a summer Read-a-Thon through The Truth 365. The Read-a-Thon is now underway and is open to children of all ages.

To register or make a donation, please go to:


This Read-a-Thon is inspired by cancer fighter Hope Veazey and her sisters Joy and Peace. The girls were looking for a way to have fun this summer and help kids with cancer at the same time. 100% of the funds raised through this program will go directly to childhood cancer research.

To register or donate:


Please also visit the Million Books for Hope Facebook page:


The Truth 365 Partners with the Professional Children’s School in NYC

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Introducing a new childhood cancer awareness campaign by The Truth 365 and the Professional Children’s School (PCS) in New York City. PCS senior and Truth 365 volunteer Stefania Mennella launched this campaign with the help of her fellow students.Edit1 sophia 500px

PCS is unique in that it specializes in educating students who are simultaneously pursuing artistic careers. We are grateful that these talented students have volunteered to be a voice for all children fighting cancer. We will be posting more photos in the coming days and weeks.

Special thanks to Sophia Stefanopoulos and 24 of her classmates for appearing in our series of ads. Hats off to New York photographer Nick Ruechel for donating his time and talents for this project. Props to Andrea Verdone for connecting us with Nick. Also thank you to Alex Shaurette, head of the upper school at PCS, for allowing Stefania to carry out her vision. Last but not least, thank you to cancer survivor Ali Trotta who is featured in the frame that Sophia is holding.

Oh, and please sign the petition if you haven’t already. The link is:

Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act to be on Fox News Sunday on 3/30

Fox News Sunday
Today we joined the Ellyn and Mark Miller at the Fox News studios in Washington, DC. They will appear on national television this Sunday as part of a feature on “Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace.” During the interview Ellyn pulled out Gabriella’s personal notebook and read a passage that was unbelievable. Even after she knew she was going to die, Gabriella was focused on helping other children with cancer. We will post more details later but tune in on Sunday morning to see the interview.