Established in 2009, One Mission is a pediatric cancer charity that does whatever it takes to get kids through cancer treatment. One Mission programs make living in the hospital less lonely and stressful, bring back joy in a time of fear and uncertainty, and give kids and their loved ones the support they need to get through the emotional and financial challenges of treatment.
Inspired by our founders, Ashley and Ari Haseotes’ own journey with pediatric cancer, One Mission has raised more than $8 Million dollars and touched the lives of over 8,000 kids fighting cancer and their families.
When a child is diagnosed with cancer, their entire world changes in an instant. Their carefree childhood is replaced with pain, isolation, and insecurity.
Living in the hospital is lonely, stressful and often unpredictable, leaving children and families feeling alone, burdened, and strained. They face the toughest battle of their lives while juggling the financial strain that cancer treatment brings, resulting in unimaginable anxiety and fear. Cancer does not discriminate, sympathize, or relent.
One Mission does whatever it takes to get these kids and families through cancer. We are there for them during the darkest days of their lives with support, comfort, and hope.
You can join us in our mission by supporting the Heroes Cup Hockey Tournament June 10th-12th. The Heroes Cup is a weekend long event designed to bring firefighters, police officers, EMS, and military members together in a fun and meaningful weekend to raise money and awareness for multiple charities. Last year, the Waltham Fire Local 866 and Waltham Police chose One Mission as their charity, and we are honored to return as their beneficiary again in 2019. The passion and dedication they have shown for our mission makes us proud to call them part of the One Mission family.
By supporting Waltham Fire & Police in the Heroes Cup, you will help One Mission make living in the hospital less lonely and stressful, bring back joy in a time of fear and uncertainty, and give kids and their loved ones the support they need to get through the emotional and financial challenges of treatment.