Mother keeps son's memory alive by helping families facing childhood cancer
The loss of a child is devastating. It’s something no parent should ever have to go through. But for Sharon Snyder, president of the Kisses for Kyle Foundation, keeping her son’s memory alive by helping other families has been cathartic.
This year, the Kisses for Kyle Foundation is celebrating its 10th year of supporting families in the Delaware Valley with children battling cancer. Kyle Samuel Snyder lost a valiant battle against acute lymphoblastic leukemia on October 15, 1998 at the age of 2 years and 7 months. His mother, Sharon, created the Kisses for Kyle Foundation in April 2001 to help work through her pain and support other families who were dealing with similar situations.
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