I remember when Kit Harley passed since my husband knew him from their days at Augustana College. Little did I know at the time that I would be seeking the help of his foundation just one year later. I suffered from worsening headaches starting in October of 2009 that continued until a tumor was found during brain surgery in December 2010. I was diagnosed with Grade IV medulloblastoma. I had to undergo one more surgery on Valentine's Day of 2011 to get all of the tumor. Since then I've been through 6 weeks of radiation and am currently receiving a year's worth of chemo. Harley Helping Hands came to the rescue to help us pay some of the bills that we found piling up. I am a 32 year old mother of 2 small children and I used to work part-time as a pharmacist. I had to take a leave of absence to complete these treatments so not only were we spending thousands of dollars on medical bills, but we were without one source of income. The generosity and compassion that we've been shown from Harley Helping Hands has certainly made this journey a little easier. Thank you!