The Laurel Foundation
Mission Statement

The  Tilley's [ Geraldine, Allen and Peggy,Mike and Charlotte,Don and Janice,Steve and Renee], Dortch's [ Jessie, Nat and Jo, Jay and Cheryl, Trip and Jenny, and Jessiann] and Clark's [ Jeff and Terri] respectfully request your tax deductible support for THE LAUREL FOUNDATION.

501(c)(3) non-profit public charity
Tax ID# 20-5178914

Make checks payable to:
The Laurel Foundation
mail to: The Laurel foundation c/o Terri Clark
202 Cardinal Lane
Paducah, KY 42001

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Laurel's Story

HELP ME PASS ON SUPPORT & HOPE FOR A BRIGHT FUTURE
TO OTHER CHILD CANCER VICTIMS!

Hi!  I am Laurel Dortch, Zyla and Griffin's cousin.  I am 13 years old and a seven year cancer survivor.  I am an honor student.  I enjoy field hockey, volleyball and swim team.  I began The Laurel Foundation to pass on love and help to child cancer victims, their families and to fund research for a cure.  TLF is a registered 501(c)3 not-for-profit public charity, tax ID # 20-5178914.  To learn more about our work, go to www.thelaurelfoundation.com.   

I am determined to fight childhood cancer.  YOU CAN HELP.  Each year at the Barbecue on the River in Paducah, KY, The River City Rib Ticklers sponsor TLF.  Come enjoy some mighty tasty food!  Volunteers are needed to staff our booth.    Aunt Terri is the bookkeeper.  She'll pencil you into the volunteer schedule and thankfully accept checks made out to The Laurel Foundation.  Together we can make a greater difference than our individual efforts!  Helping others is the best work of life!


Contact:

Terri Clark
202 Cardinal Lane
Paducah, Ky, 42001
270-441-7755
terriclark@bellsouth.net 
or
Popaw Nat & Gramma Jo Dortch
4205 Buckner Lane
Paducah, Kentucky, 42001
270-443-7789
nat.jo.dortch@gmail.com
or
UncleTrip & Aunt Jenny Dortch
4830 Exall Lane
Paducah, Ky, 42001
270-442-3225
trip.dortch@gmail.com 

PUT A SONG IN YOUR SOUL AND A SMILE ON A CHILD!


Laurel Dortch’s journey with Cancer:

In December of 2004, five year old Laurel Dortch was diagnosed with a childhood cancer.  After a horrific year of treatment, she has remained cancer free.  In the process, she saw so many kids in her situation.  She wanted to do something to help them.  So, The Laurel Foundation was born.  The mission of The Laurel Foundation is to promote awareness and raise funds for childhood cancer.  More than 97% of all donations are given out to various institutions involved in both research and treatment of this devastating disease.