[dropcap style=”3″]A[/dropcap]TLANTA, GA – Jeffrey’s Voice, Inc., a 501c3 not for profit public charity, whose only mission is to fund research initiatives for a cure for Leukemia and Blood Cancers, received a significant corporate donation from the UPS Foundation. The UPS Foundation is supported by grants from UPS.
Jeffrey’s Voice, Inc. was established by Nancy Horne to carry forward the search for a cure for Leukemia and blood cancers that was begun by two young brothers, Jeffrey Hammond Horne, himself a victim of leukemia, and his younger brother and stem cell transplant donor, Brian Daniel Horne. Jeffrey Horne succumbed to Leukemia at the age of 20 years. Seventeen weeks after losing his beloved brother, Brian Horne died of sudden cardiac arrest at the age of 19. Both young men were vocal in expressing the need for research for a cure and participated in a variety of activities on behalf of this cause. Additionally, they were employed by UPS as “runners” during two holiday seasons.
Kenneth Sternad, President of the UPS Foundation stated in a letter to Nancy Horne, “We are pleased that we are able to make this contribution on behalf of Jeffrey and Brian. We were so moved by their story of love and determination. With your commitment and determination, we are certain that a cure for Leukemia will happen in our lifetime.”
“We are grateful for the generosity and commitment shown by UPS in making this wonderful donation to Jeffrey’s Voice. Together, we will make sure that the voices of Jeffrey and Brian and the many who continue to fight Leukemia and Blood Cancers are heard. Together, we will find a cure,” said Nancy Horne, President of Jeffrey’s Voice.
To learn more about Jeffrey’s Voice, Inc., please contact Nancy Horne at firstname.lastname@example.org.