**Grants:Cameron Siemers Foundation for Hope


Launched in 2007, the Cameron Siemers Foundation for Hope is a non-profit organization that supports young adults with life-threatening illnesses. The founder, Cameron Siemers, was 2 years old when he received a blood transfusion. Five years later, he was diagnosed HIV positive. Doctors told him he wouldn’t live past age 10. He is now 29. Read Cameron’s story here.

With recent breakthroughs in medicine, children with life-threatening illnesses are outliving their life expectancies. And the miracle that found Cameron is becoming a reality for many like him.

Although there are many foundations that support children with life-threatening illnesses, the Cameron Siemers Foundation for Hope was created to help children transition into adulthood. Our major program is called Life Grants™. Each year, the Cameron Siemers Foundation for Hope awards a minimum of four Life Grants to young adults who are living with life-threatening illnesses. A Life Grant is an award of up to $5,000 to help young adults make a difference in their lives and their communities. Learn more here.

Cameron is committed to inspiring a new generation of young adults with life-threatening illnesses to create a life of hope and possibility.

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