New Day Foundation Hosts Gala for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

No family should fight cancer alone or make unthinkable choices between medical treatment and providing basic necessities. New Day Foundation for Families, a Michigan nonprofit dedicated to reducing the effects of financial toxicity and emotional stress caused by cancer, will host its annual Hope Shines Gala on Friday, September 21, from 6:00 p.m. to 12 midnight at the Atheneum Hotel in Greektown to raise funds for local families facing cancer. In honor of their son, Sam Kell, who is … [Read more...]

100 Faithful Friends Helps New Day Foundation for Families

New Day Foundation for Families, a leader in the fight against Cancer Related Financial Toxicity (CRFT), was chosen to receive a donation of $10,000 from 100 Faithful Friends, a Rochester-area group dedicated to making an impact in their community. The check was presented to New Day Foundation Co-founder Gina Kell Spehn by Lana Doneth, Nancy Benedettini and Steve Benedettini, all co-founders of 100 Faithful Friends.  The group made their contribution standing in front of the New Day “Wall of … [Read more...]

New Day Foundation for Families Has Been Helping Local Families for Ten Years

Hope Shines Gala to Benefit Families Facing Cancer It started at a kitchen table, with a golf outing and one family, joined by the loss of their spouses to cancer. Today New Day Foundation for Families celebrates a decade of helping local families face cancer, providing financial and emotional assistance to fight the cancer related financial toxicity (CRFT) that can accompany a cancer diagnosis. Join New Day Foundation for Families for the Hope Shines Gala at Detroit’s iconic Eastern … [Read more...]

‘The Color of Rain’ Tells the Story of Faith, Hope and Love

The Color of Rain Next week the Hallmark Movie, The Color of Rain, premiere party welcomes Lacey Chabert and Warren Christie to the Emagine Theater in Royal Oak. The two actors star in the movie, based on the book of the same name. The film tells the story of two Rochester Area families coping with the tragedy of cancer. Released in 2011 and co-authored by Michael and Gina Spehn, the book is a true story of “faith, hope and love.” Gina lost her husband, Matt Kell, to cancer on Christmas … [Read more...]