Welcome to my page! My name is Bree Komiske. I'm from Sykesville, Maryland and am now a junior at Elizabethtown College.
Cancer seems to be an inevitable component in so many of our lives. The word alone carries feelings of fear, uncertainty and pain. No one should face these difficulties alone. When someone's own body is fighting against them, people like us fighting for their recovery and strength are so essential.
I am incredibly blessed to have this opportunity to help young adults with cancer. There are 72,000 young adults out there dealing with not only the complicated process of growing into adulthood, but also all the baggage cancer brings.
The Ulman Foundation helps to unload some of that baggage and ease the weight of cancer. Please help me support the Ulman Foundation by making a contribution to my fundraiser and sharing this page with your family and friends.
Thank you, together we can insure no young adult goes through cancer alone!
Each year more than 72,000 young adults are diagnosed with cancer in the United States. Young adults (ages 15-39) face a variety of unique challenges with a cancer diagnosis including social isolation, fertility preservation, insurance concerns, delayed diagnosis, and survivorship.
The Ulman Foundation changes lives by creating a community of support for young adults, and their loved ones, impacted by cancer. With your support, Ulman is able to provide free services and resources for the young adult cancer community through programs that focus on patient support services, housing, survivorship, and scholarship. Learn more about young adult cancer and our impact here.