Jeanice Lee of Air 1, a Christian media organization, interviewed our Queen BEE, Heather Donatini, about the problem of pediatric cancer across the country and our organization’s impact locally in the community. The interview was recorded the beginning of May and the audio can be played on their website on this page: https://www.air1.com/News/Closer-Look/hot-topx/local-closer-look-bumblebee-foundation-westlake-village-ca-1674 Follow the
Our article about the philanthropic work of 11-year-old Selah Golonsky and what she’s doing to increase Monarch butterfly awareness can be found in the San Fernando Valley Sun: sanfernandoson.com July 2020: THOUSAND OAKS, CA – Summer vacation, for most kids, normally consists of swimming, riding bikes and sleepovers with friends. However, this summer has been
September 2019: BBF cancer survivors and their siblings were proud to support fellow cancer survivor and violinist, Tyler Butler-Figueroa during his semi-final performance on America’s Got Talent.
August 2019: BBF was honored to be featured on KTLA’s Linked up with Lynette’s news segment. Lynette shared about our UnBEElievably Fun Day!
April 2016: Kristine Lazar of CBS News reported as BBF Founder Heather Donatini brought spring baskets to the children fighting cancer at the City of Hope. The children loved the toys and the parents were incredibly grateful for the grocery and gas gift cards…and for the emotional support coming from a mom who’s been in their shoes.
December 2015: When we heard our BEE JoJo was taking public transportation to the hospital for treatment, we jumped into action. With the help of Galpin Ford we found JoJo’s mom a reliable used car to make sure JoJo can be safe while treating her extremely rare and aggressive cancer. It was a Christmas miracle!