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Raffle for Trinity

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Trinity Williams is 12 years old and has been faced with challenges no child should have to endure. After her mother noticed a lump in her neck, their local Port Angeles doctor immediately sent them to Seattle. They left for Children’s Hospital the next morning at 6 AM and haven’t been home since. On October 17, 2017 Trinity was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoblastoma. The cancer started in her chest and quickly spread to the lymph nodes in her neck. She also developed blood clots in her arm and around the jugular vein in her neck from the cancer. She is undergoing rigorous chemotherapy treatments at Seattle Children’s Hospital along with regular does of blood thinners. Thankfully, the chemotherapy is eradicating the cancer. However, she will require chemotherapy treatments for the next 2 years to ensure it doesn’t come back as well as the blood thinners for treating the clots. She will require monthly trips to Seattle for lumbar punctures, chemo treatments and scans. 

It goes without saying that this has turned Trinity and her family’s lives upside-down. Trinity’s mother, Heather, had to leave her job and her siblings are currently attending a school connected to the hospital specifically for siblings of cancer patients. Trinity has only attended school sporadically as she feels up to it. They are extremely grateful for the support of Trinity’s grandfather and his wife who have been there every step of the way, making frequent trips to and from Port Angeles to Seattle.

Trinity likes to play volleyball and draw. She likes using sketchpads, markers, colored pencils and paint to make pictures. She also enjoys going to school. Her friends and family bring her happiness and smiles. She has been inspired by the doctors and nurses caring for her and has expressed an interest in being a nurse when she grows up.

As part of our commitment to our community and our fellow humans, B&B Family Farm is privileged to be raising money for the Williams Family as their 12-year-old daughter Trinity battles cancer. Thank you to Diane Miller for the generous donation of the beautiful quilt for our 2018 raffle.

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Trinity Williams is 12 years old and has been faced with challenges no child should have to endure. After her mother noticed a lump in her neck, their local Port Angeles doctor immediately sent them to Seattle. They left for Children’s Hospital the next morning at 6 AM and haven’t been home since. On October 17, 2017 Trinity was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoblastoma. The cancer started in her chest and quickly spread to the lymph nodes in her neck. She also developed blood clots in her arm and around the jugular vein in her neck from the cancer. She is undergoing rigorous chemotherapy treatments at Seattle Children’s Hospital along with regular does of blood thinners. Thankfully, the chemotherapy is eradicating the cancer. However, she will require chemotherapy treatments for the next 2 years to ensure it doesn’t come back as well as the blood thinners for treating the clots. She will require monthly trips to Seattle for lumbar punctures, chemo treatments and scans. 

It goes without saying that this has turned Trinity and her family’s lives upside-down. Trinity’s mother, Heather, had to leave her job and her siblings are currently attending a school connected to the hospital specifically for siblings of cancer patients. Trinity has only attended school sporadically as she feels up to it. They are extremely grateful for the support of Trinity’s grandfather and his wife who have been there every step of the way, making frequent trips to and from Port Angeles to Seattle.

Trinity likes to play volleyball and draw. She likes using sketchpads, markers, colored pencils and paint to make pictures. She also enjoys going to school. Her friends and family bring her happiness and smiles. She has been inspired by the doctors and nurses caring for her and has expressed an interest in being a nurse when she grows up.

As part of our commitment to our community and our fellow humans, B&B Family Farm is privileged to be raising money for the Williams Family as their 12-year-old daughter Trinity battles cancer. Thank you to Diane Miller for the generous donation of the beautiful quilt for our 2018 raffle.