Life Is Good No Matter What™

Granting Escapes to Adults with Advanced Cancer of Any Kind


Gary Hunt's Escape

Akron to Las Vegas

In February, Life Is Good No Matter What sent Gary Hunt to Las Vegas with his fiance, friends and daughter. Gary also had a brother in Las Vegas and this added so much to his escape to be able to visit with him. It meant the world to Gary to have his daughter who was about to graduate from high school with him on his escape. The group enjoyed eating at fantastic restaurants while taking on the sights of the strip.

Ashley Williams' Escape


Ashley had always dreamed of taking her daughter Payton to Disney, LIGNMW sent the two of them along with Ashley's parents for a magical escape. Ashley and her family were able to enjoy time away and make magical memories.


David West​'s Escape

Navarre to Maryland

David West, his wife TaJuana and the couple's children were able to enjoy a couple of days away at a beautiful lake house right on the water. Being able to enjoy his family, the great outdoors and eating delicious food was something the West's enjoyed.


Cynthia Robinson

McDonald to Walt Disney World

Cynthia Robinson from McDonald, Ohio was given an escape to Walt Disney World with her mother Leah, husband Ryan and son Colin in October. Cynthia who was a teacher prior to her diagnosis in 2016, a job she was very passionate about was unable to continue teaching due to her aggressive treatments and surgeries. Cynthia and her family, sisters and their children had always dreamed of going to Walt Disney World while the kids were young but due to her treatments as well as the financial burden it was causing her family she did not think they could make this dream a reality. Life Is Good No Matter What was able to send Cynthia and her family on the trip they had been dreaming of! Most importantly her and her whole family would be able to enjoy this trip together without having to worry about how they would pay for it. Cynthia describes herself as a "sunshine spreader", she was really able to spread that sunshine with her little boy and nieces and nephew on the trip of a lifetime.