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Diamonds and Denim

March 2, 2017 at the Stampede

We had an incredibly fun event at the Stampede. Thank you to everyone who attended. You helped us raise funds to support individuals with cancer.

Are you part of our tribe?

By Sandy Priester, Executive Director of LifeSpark

Do you have a sense of belonging and purpose? Many people are looking for this.

Are you part of our “tribe”?

Here is a quick test…

In Blessed Service: LifeSpark

By Blair Chandler, LifeSpark Provider

I walk into the Boulder Elements Spa location (a partner with LifeSpark) and wait for my client. She arrives with a smile and I lead her…

“Cancer touched my boob, so I kicked its ass!”

The Kathy Trujillo Story

By Angela Jackson

Kathy Trujillo had just been promoted at her job at an insurance company. As a single mom of an 18-year-old girl, she stayed active to…

Why does LifeSpark Need Funding?

LifeSpark is a non-profit organization that provides Reiki and Healing Touch wellness therapies that transform the experience of dealing with cancer for patients along Colorado’s Front Range. These services come…

LifeSpark reaches major milestone in 2016

Last week, LifeSpark reached a major milestone. We have surpassed 200 participants per year, nearly double the 126 people we served in…

Complementary Medicine is Going Mainstream

These days, more and more of us are exploring alternative treatments. And so are the region’s major healthcare systems. Each has incorporated alternative therapies into oncology, pain management, addiction recovery…

How LifeSpark helped me feel better and gave me hope!

By Karen Fagan

My name is Karen and this is my story about LifeSpark. When the doctor walked in, he said only 3 words. “YOU HAVE CANCER.” And from that moment…

Touching Tomorrow luncheon: Best event yet!

In case you missed it, the annual Touching Tomorrow fundraising luncheon was Friday, October 28. One hundred and eight six people attended, and our keynote speaker was George Karl, former…

Eating during cancer treatment: Tips to make food tastier

Cancer patients may temporarily experience changes in their sense of taste. Food may seem to lack flavor or taste too sweet, salty or metallic. The Mayo Clinic has put together…

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