More children are lost in the U.S. to cancer than any other disease—in fact, more than many other childhood diseases combined. Worldwide, every 3 minutes another child is diagnosed. Yet, still, there is no cure.
This week we are partnering with St. Baldrick’s Foundation to fund childhood cancer research. With your support we will fund important research, bringing new treatments of cancer to kids who are suffering.
About The Charity
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long, healthy lives.
Merbellas are a sub-species ofmermaids. Given the title Merbellas by Italian fishermen, it is the old name given to the "Mermaids" they saw that resembled beautiful women. They are spotted by the numerous shells and pearls, netting and eroded findings, always gathered in elaborate designs and worn on their head, neck and waist. Merbellas also create a very distinct, sub-species specific sound, as well as possessing a sort of humanistic politeness, so much as to cover thier breasts with seaweed and shells. This is something unseen in all other species of marine wildlife.