Please join me in Jill’s wish to BEAT lung cancer…Jill Costello said ASK BELIEVE RECEIVE. That is what I wish for my birthday.
Sarah Lotti will turn 10 on December 4th. She would like YOU to join in celebrating this milestone birthday. She has a request. Instead of a gift, Sarah has chosen the Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation and here’s why, in her OWN words:
Jill Costello and I share many things. Her Aunt Kathy and Uncle Mark who are my Godparents. Jazmine, my puppy whose mommy was Jill’s cocker spaniel “Cookie.” And our December birthdays. Over my 10 years of life, I have been lucky to be part of Jill’s amazing family and extended family. While Jill was in the fight of her life, I learned so much, like chemo is like little pacmans in your body, how to talk quietly to God. Friendship and helping others.
Being strong like Jill is my favorite motto, and to be there with a hug for who ever needed it. I helped her with prayer, cards, encouragement, and love. Now I am ready to take my help to the next level.
Please join me in Jill’s wish to BEAT lung cancer…Jill said ASK BELIEVE RECEIVE. That is what I wish for my birthday. This year I have asked for no birthday gifts just donations to the Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation.
So my ASK is for you to donate, my BELIEVE is in everyone to help make Jill’s wish to beat lung cancer come true. My RECEIVE, is that a cure is found, so that no one else has to loose a friend, a family member to Lung Cancer.
Be sure to watch the attached Video, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c224cRoTNIg&feature=related then you will know why ASK BELIEVE AND RECEIVE is so important to me. Thank you.—Sarah Lotti
Jill Costello was diagnosed with stage IV Lung Cancer at the age of 21. She never smoked. Jill graduated from UC Berkeley, where she was coxswain on Cal’s Women’s (rowing) Crew. Despite 20+ rounds of chemo and 14 radiation treatments, she coxed the Cal Bears to a second place slot at the NCAA Women’s Division I Rowing Championships.