Scarlett is a short film depicting the inner struggle of a girl who lost a leg to Ewing Sarcoma, a bone cancer that occurs in mostly children. Amputation takes as much of an emotional toll as a physical one - especially for a child. We believe in the power of entertainment media to empower children through storytelling and role models. Visibility in media offers these children hope and a sense of belonging at a critical time where they may feel isolated by their medical condition.
A short film based on a true story that inspired a foundation.
Hello! I am working with 90 other youths to raise funds and awareness for children with cancer. Our team believes that every child is precious and deserves a chance to live life to its utmost potential. We hope to spread awareness and love, inspiring hope and courage amongst patients as well as reduce social stigma through working with the community in improving the social and mental well-being of children. As such, I hope that you guys can give us your support by helping to fund our initiatives for the children! Thank you! :-) https://gogetfunding.com/support-children-with-cancer/
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