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Roc Solid was first introduced to Aidan less than three months ago, when Rena Mangum, a friend of the Conway’s and founder of Memphis-based Butterflies for Brandi (a nonprofit with a similar mission) contacted the organization through Facebook. Within days, Roc Solid received more than 50 emails from Aidan’s supporters, pleading for a playset for the toddler, who is described as “always smiling” and “an inspiration.”
Roc Solid took our Play it Forward program on the road to North Carolina to build a playset for Caleb, a 4-year-old battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). It was also Caleb's birthday, a fun celebration for any kid, but always particularly poignant milestone for children living with pediatric cancer.
The Roc Solid Foundation teamed with our long-time partner TowneBank to construct a playset for a brave 4-year-old named Lily with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Matthew's story is one that truly is at the heart of what the Roc Solid Foundation is all about. Sponsored by Suffolk's ITM Construction, this build saw an entire neighborhood rally around this special young man and his family who are battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. Chase, an ETANTR (embryonal tumor with abundant neuropil and true rosettes) patient, is a huge Wolverine fan —so Roc Solid volunteers set out to construct him a playset hideout he'd marvel at.
Sometimes the best lessons aren't taught in the classroom. Old Dominion University's Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha learned a thing or two about courage and resilience from pediatric kidney cancer patient Alona and her family.
The We Promise Foundation and Roc Solid teamed up to build a special playset for a special little girl. Zoe, an acute lymphoblastic leukemia patient, is so full of energy it's sometimes difficult to imagine she and her family are fighting a battle against pediatric cancer.