Childhood Cancer Awareness Shirt
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
Families and patients dealing with a diagnosis of pediatric cancer or a blood disorder can rely on Driscoll Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center for the most advanced treatments available for infants, children and adolescents.
Driscoll Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center patients Brooklyn and Paislie collaborated to create the artwork for this Childhood Cancer Awareness Shirt as a part of Project Artwork, which showcases the creativity of current and former patients.
All proceeds from the sale of Project Artwork merchandise benefits the patients and families of Driscoll Children’s Hospital.
About the artists:
Brooklyn is a six-year-old from Portland, Texas. Brooklyn used various shades of yellow and gold acrylic paint to create the rainbow in this artwork. She is a soon-to-be big sister with a brother on the way. Brooklyn’s favorite foods are cheeseburgers and gummy bears. Her favorite colors are blue and pink. In her free time, she enjoys making art, jumping on the trampoline and most importantly, going fishing with her Dad. When Brooklyn grows up she wants to become a police officer. Paislie is a four-year-old from Portland, Texas.
Paislie used a variety of colors of acrylic paint to create the children, doctor and nurse above the gold rainbow in this artwork. Paislie has an older brother, an older sister and a Great Dane named Bailey. Her favorite food is cheese tacos from Taco Bell and her favorite color is pink. In her free time, Paislie enjoys watching Paw Patrol, playing with her toys and riding her horse, Tink.