We fundraise through comedy to support cutting edge research, advocacy, awareness, low dose ct-scan for early diagnoses, and more
Cinderella lost her three year battle against cancer on April 17, 2011. Through the struggle she remained a joyful person that cared deeply about others. Cinderella spent her life giving back to her family, her coworkers, and her community. Knowing she was dying, Cinderella planned her own funeral step by step. A dignified woman of strength and kindness, she left a loving message about a life well lived and the importance of all to reach out to others.
Her children heard her message and chose to continue her legacy of caring by creating “Cinderella Cares” a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The children Eglon Daley the artist, Eglon Daley, Sonia Salmon-Gayle the caregiver and Comedian/Actor Ian Salmon felt called upon to use their talents in developing a unique approach to fundraising Comedy and the Arts.