With your generous support, Lucy’s Love Bus™ is able to:

  • deliver comfort and quality of life to pediatric cancer patients by providing funds for free integrative therapies.
  • offer young people lifelong lessons in leadership and service to others through philanthropy.

Lucy Grogan was 8-years-old when she was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Throughout Lucy's long illness, concerned individuals like you raised money to help support Lucy. Lucy learned about the benefits of integrative therapies such as massage, acupuncture, art therapy, and therapeutic horseback riding during her treatment.

When Lucy was 11 she told her mother that when she was "done with cancer" she wanted to start a program that would provide free integrative therapies to all children with cancer to help manage the side effects and late effects of traditional cancer treatment. Since 2006, our generous supporters have helped us deliver love and comfort to over 280 children with cancer.

To learn about our Lucy's Children Integrative Therapies Program, please click here.
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TOOLS FOR THE JOURNEY: Integrative Therapies & Bereavement Support for Grieving Parents
This 8-week support program provides a holistic approach for parents grieving the death of a child (age 21 and under) due to illness. Sessions will include both bereavement support, facilitated by Nate Lamkin, LICSW, ACHP-SW, and introductions to 8 different integrative therapy modalities, facilitated by Beecher Grogan, Executive Director of Lucy’s Love Bus. Tools for the Journey is a collaboration between Lucy’s Love Bus, which delivers comfort and quality of life to pediatric cancer patients through free integrative therapies, and Care Dimensions which provides comprehensive and compassionate care for individuals and families dealing with life-threatening illnesses through hospice, palliative care, and supportive services. To register, contact Kendra Allen at 781-373-6530.
The Non-Profit Center, 89 South Street, Boston
Wednesdays, May 13 – July 1
6 – 8 p.m.