To The Mom of a Child with Cancer

You are enough. I see you. I see you every single day with that look on your face. You still have the smile, the smile that tells me behind it has a whole lot more to say. I want you to know: You are enough. I saw your face the day you heard the words … Continue reading To The Mom of a Child with Cancer

Finding Your Passion During Quarantine

Have you ever felt like you had a longing or a creative mind for something, but you could never find the time for it? You've always put your needs last and let's face it... you're probably committed to your job or your family first, right? It's not right or wrong... it's just what you've always … Continue reading Finding Your Passion During Quarantine

Childhood Cancer & Mental Health- One Mom’s Perspective

Jessica Ladd, mom and childhood cancer advocate, has had a looming feeling in her heart regarding not just her little girl, Kacey and her battle with childhood leukemia, but with childhood cancer as a whole. Ladd felt that her positive attitude throughout a grueling journey would keep her and her family afloat, but when her … Continue reading Childhood Cancer & Mental Health- One Mom’s Perspective

Being a Both/And Society and Not An Either/Or

I was sitting in a counselor's office talking about work related stress when I noticed the counselor hadn't said anything for a solid 5 minutes. It seemed like I was talking for an eternity before I noticed that she was looking at me waiting for me to pause so she could ask a question she … Continue reading Being a Both/And Society and Not An Either/Or

Cancer Warrior, Ella Ryan

Fourth and Gold highlights a cancer warrior that has bravely and fiercely stood strong against childhood cancer. At Fourth and Gold, we want you to see the faces behind our drive and connect with them in a way you wouldn’t have been able to if you didn’t take the stand to demand #MoreThan4. These Fourth … Continue reading Cancer Warrior, Ella Ryan