Family of Yanelle, 5 years old
When our daughter's diagnosis was announced, and unable to accept that such a terrible disease could affect a 5-year-old girl, I turned to the internet, hoping to find comfort, and came across the site of Eva pour la vie. Their story touched me so much… I felt exactly the same pain. I then decided to write to them. Stéphane, whom I particularly welcome, quickly answered me and directed me to the best specialists in order to have another opinion. At the same time, Eva pour la vie provided me with financial assistance to support Y.'s treatment (Rapamune, 2mg). In full confinement, the association allowed us to benefit from free accommodation near the hospital where our daughter was being cared for, because the parents' houses were closed. What Eva pour la vie did is just enormous because thanks to them, other children and patients with other pathologies were able to be accommodated during this difficult period of covid19 and thus continue their care. A big thank you to this association of great values which does a lot to help pediatric cancer research and which also helps to soften, help and support all families in distress.
Family of Mathys, 8 years old
Following the announcement of the disease of our little warrior (neuroblastoma) we had to stop working to ensure hospitalizations and all that goes with it. As a result, over time financial problems arose and we were no longer able to cope with the invoices (Edf, taxes, etc.). It was then that we appealed to the Eva pour la Vie association, while our bank was not supporting us in this ordeal. Thanks to the association, we were able to pay our bills, bring our account up to date and negotiate together with the bank, which then agreed to reimburse part of the fees it took from us every month. Thanks to Eva pour la vie our life has changed a lot. We can devote ourselves to our warrior and the financial problems are behind us.
Family of Laura, 14 years old
Laura fell ill three and a half years ago, and relapsed from leukemia in March 2020. She was treated in several hospitals and had a transplant. She is still hospitalized. The association has helped us greatly. Fortunately, it exists, it is essential. We received wise and relevant advice, significant financial assistance, contacts with other organizations […]. The association also gives us moral support, and we know that we can count on it in case of problems or various questions. The association found us accommodation near the hospital, following the problems encountered with the parents' house (an organization which normally has to house the parents of sick children).