Life Is Good No Matter What

Granting Escapes to Adults with Advanced Cancer of Any Kind

November 24, 2018

Martial arts students headline annual exhibition
Students at a local martial arts school took to the mat for an annual event held at the Medina High School gym Nov. 10. Kim’s College of Martial Arts held its 39th annual Peacemakers Charity Exhibition. This year, the program benefited Life Is Good No Matter What, an Akron-based organization that provides “escape” trips for cancer patients.

February 11, 2018

Ravenna couple gets temporary escape from cancer
The limo picked Sandy Johnson and Aaron Easley up on a Saturday afternoon and whisked them away to the Sheraton in Cuyahoga Falls for an overnight escape. It was their first time in a limo.

September 7, 2017

Akron nonprofit Life is Good No Matter What offers cancer patients 'Escapes' from the battle
Akronites battling advanced cancer can escape for awhile through the nonprofit Life is Good No Matter What, which is launching its first major fundraiser.

August 14, 2016

Escape trip inspires widow to give back

The Norwalk Reflector
Ann Newman and her family experienced the joy of escaping the cancer her husband was battling.

April 28, 2016

Local 7th-graders begin fundraiser to help adults with cancer

The Norwalk Reflector
Norwalk Catholic School seventh-grade students have taken up the challenge of raising money to help adults with advanced cancer enjoy a “normal moment.”;=6&p;=1

January 8, 2016

Cancer patient surprised with Florida vacation

The Sandusky Register
An Oak Harbor woman stricken with cancer took a vacation thanks to the generosity of a local support group.

January 5, 2016

Local woman battling cancer receives trip to Florida

ABC Channel 13 Toledo, Ohio

November 14, 2015

Hundreds join Holly Run in Milan

The Sandusky Register
The second Holly Run and 5K race was deemed a massive success by bringing in about almost $100,000 through donations and registrations.

November 1, 2015

Halloween Charity Ball

The Akron Beacon Journal
Ghosts, witches and a few Wizard of Oz characters joined the party to benefit two local charities: Life Is Good No Matter What and the Empowering Scholars Project.

October 28, 2015

Melissa Topey Live Reporting

The Sandusky Register via LiveStream
Melissa Topey interviews Founder Troy Haslinger on LiveStream