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Everyday, Emma and her family fight a battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia— but on this day, thanks to the Roc Solid Foundation and its volunteers, they were able to enjoy a little escape. Not only did Emma receive a brand new "dreamhouse" of a swingset, but she also received a pink Barbie Powerwheels Rover.
The youngest of four children, Maddox is known as the "The Champion" by his family members, and his fighting spirit against his diagnosis of pediatric ocular cancer is certainly deserving of that nickname. Roc Solid Foundation and Safelite Auto Glass partnered to build this playset not only for Maddox, but too for his siblings to enjoy.
Amaya, a pediatric leukemia patient, received her very own swingset courtesy of the Roc Solid Foundation, complete with slide, monkey bars and telescope.
Even a torrential downpour couldn't dampen Wes' parade, as he received not only a new custom swingset but too was the first recipient of our Environment Enhancement program. Roc Solid volunteers built Wes his very own Army Jeep bed, and members of the Armed Forces even swung by to say hello.
For the parents of two-year old Mia – local military members doing everything they can to fight for our country’s freedom and their daughter’s life – today was a special day. Thanks to a donation by Chartway Federal Credit Union’s We Promise Foundation and the generosity of the Roc Solid Foundation, Mia’s dream of having her very own pirate-themed play set came true during a surprise unveiling ceremony.
BB&T and the Roc Solid Foundation came together to make young Kayden's day. After braving months of treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), Kayden was treated to a day at Chuck E. Cheese, a ride in a stretch limousine, and was surprised to find a brand new custom playset in her backyard.
Seven-year-old Allison has been fighting Ewing's Sarcoma (bone cancer) for nearly two years. Last May, Roc Solid and Keller Williams joined forces to construct this little girl a playset.
As a part of their annual "Red Day" Community Service initiative, The Hampton Roads division of Keller Williams joined with Roc Solid to build a playset for 4 year old acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) patient Hayleigh.