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3 Volunteers Needed - Fighting H.A.R.D

posted Oct 7, 2016, 7:10 PM by Kristen Fee

We are looking for 3 volunteers to assist with parking on Sunday 10/9/16 from 12:15 - 2:30.  If you are available please let myself or Tommy know.   We will be meeting at Lakewood Pine Park (500 Country Club) at 12:15. 

Mrs. Fee cell - 732-310-6999 or Tommy 908-216-5002

 Fighting H.A.R.D is having there family fun day at Lakewood Pine Park - Grove 1

If anyone is interested in attending see below:

Fighting H.A.R.D. Foundation is having our 2nd Annual Family Fun Day! 
Family Fun Day is a way for us to bring all of our Fighting H.A.R.D. children/ families and our community together in one place to just hang out and have a great day in the park.
We tell the families that they are not alone and we will do anything in our capability to make HARD battles a little easier but nothing compares to spending some actual time face to face with everyone at one time!
There will be lots of fun things to do for kids of all ages including crafts, live music, special guests, a DJ, games and even some prizes :-)

Entry fees (upon entry) include food/beverages, crafts and most games.

Entry fee  will be $20 per individual or $50 per family. 

About Fighting H.A.R.D (this is a charity started by a local Howell family) visit the website at

About Us

Fighting HARD Foundation became an official 501c3 organization in August of 2015 after tirelessly searching for a foundation that our daughter could be a part of where people understood what she was going through. When we were not able to find one, we decided to create an organization of our own where we could bring children of the rare disease community together to help them know they were not alone in their battle, by raising awareness and funding for programs that would help make HARD life a little easier.

The Heart and Soul of the Foundation are these two amazing little girls who fight HARD every day!

Alexandra 13 years old

“Hi! I’m Allie and I have been battling many diagnoses for many years, including Crohn’s Disease and Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. I was always ‘the sick one’ and I began to feel very alone in my battle. I don’t want anyone else to ever feel that way. I love to meet other people with similar illnesses and I just want to let you know that you are not alone! Keep Fighting HARD!!!”

Jonna 12 years old

“Hi! I have gastroparesis and a feeding tube. My journey has been HARD, but my dream is make sure kids like me do not feel alone in their battles. I always had a sister that was sick and tried to help her out as much as I could, but never really understood until I got sick. Keep Fighting HARD and know that you are not alone!”