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    Make Every April Better Beef and Beer!

    Join us at The Wet Whistle Bar & Grill on Friday, November 7th for a special Make Every April Better Foundation event and fundraiser. Bring your family (21 and over) and friends for a night of food, drinks,… Read More

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    Open your heart

    Over the past few years we have started and continued Make Every April Better, a fundraising organization dedicated to raising funds for CHOP in order to assist in finding a healthier and less invasive treatment to cancer. Today… Read More

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    Help Us Make A Change

    We Have Raised $9000.00 so far! Thank you so much for your support! We couldnt have done it without you! Please start  your own fundraiser that will be linked directly to Make Every April Better.  All proceeds will… Read More

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    Who We Are

    The Make every April Better Foundation is an organization inspired by April Eva Long. We are working hard to raise money to further research at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. This organization is founded and managed by friends… Read More

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    April’s Story

    Make Every April Better is inspired by April Eva Long, born on April 27, 1982. April was a freshman in high school in 1996 when they noticed a lump by April’s collarbone. They went to see the family… Read More

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    Notes From Carla

    My name is Carla Long and I started this organization with the amazing help of my family and close friends. My cousin April inspired this organization as I felt compelled to help make a change after the loss… Read More

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    Become A Sponsor

    Thank you for your interest in becoming a sponsor for Make Every April Better. Please contact us at Carla@everyapril.org. We are excited to discuss our sponsorship plans. We have many excited ways for you and us to display… Read More

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    Our Goal

    Hodgkin’s Disease is considered curable but it is the Make Every April Better Foundation’s hope and goal to bring awareness that funds are still needed to find a better cure with less severe side effects that led to… Read More