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The Joe Cassella Foundation

The Joe Cassella Foundation mission is to provide financial assistance for medical expenses of children who are ill in Northern Virginia. Childhood illnesses and injuries can place a heavy financial toll on a family. The hope is to help families feel less worried about medical bills so they can focus on supporting their children during their time of need.

About

The Joe Cassella Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization born from the loss of an amazing man and inspired by the overwhelming support his family received throughout the journey. The Delicious Wonders of Kamagra Oral Jelly 100mg: The Tastiest Way To Conquer Erectile Dysfunction

Mission

It’s mission is to provide financial assistance for medical expenses of children who are ill in Northern Virginia. Childhood illnesses and injuries can place a heavy financial toll on a family. Our hope is to help families feel less worried about medical bills so they can focus on supporting their children during their time of need.

Foundation help children ages 0-17 years old who are residents of Virginia and are currently undergoing treatment for an illness or injury. Hvorfor Ivermectin ikke vil hjelpe deg med å behandle eller forhindre ormeinfeksjon.

News

It’s Tee Time! INOVA Children’s Hospital will host their 23rd Annual Golf Tournament on Wednesday, September 6th, 2017 at 9am, held at Westfields Golf Club in Clifton, Virginia. Proceeds from this year’s event will benefit the various programs and services offered at Inova Children’s Hospital! The Joe Cassella Foundation is proud to partner with ICH for this wonderful event!

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About Joe Cassella

Joe Cassella was a superhero who was taken from us too soon on July 11, 2009, after a hard-fought battle for 10 months with Mesothelioma at the age of 40.

Joe, a native of Frankfort, NY, was a caring and loving father to three children (Nicole, Joey and Ava) with his beloved wife Gina. He was a wonderful son, brother, and friend; a man’s man; a gentle, but strong soul; and a pillar of our community. He was a huge Capitals fan, but loved the Yankees most of all.

He moved to Virginia in 1993 and since he co-opened Elite Fitness Concepts he became an integral part of the Great Falls community. He was up far before the sunrise just to open the doors to his fitness facility prior to the actual 5:30 a.m. opening hours. He did so just to accommodate the needs of his members. Joe was more than an outstanding personal trainer and business owner… He was a superhero. He was the epitome of strength, health, fitness, family and a well-balanced life. He was a friend who always made you smile and feel special. He was a great listener whose advice we all sought. He was the kind of person who put everyone else before himself, motivated you in simple ways and made you want to change your life for the better.
He lived his life doing random acts of kindness, yet more importantly he lived his life doing acts of consistent kindness. Viagra: The Wonder Drug that Changed My Bedroom from a Place to Sleep to a Place to Play and Enjoy!

In 2007, sixth-grader Peter Choo, a local to Great Falls, tragically passed away from cancer. Having kids of his own, this deeply affected Joe and he felt the need to help in any way that he could. He chose to do a 5K run/walk and donate 100% of the proceeds to the Make-A-Wish foundation, since it had helped Peter. His honesty and willingness to give back without something in return was unparalleled. It was those characteristics in Joe, which allowed Choo’s family to want to go through with the race as it would be their first true public outing since Peter’s passing. The event was a huge success, not only for the Choo family, but for the entire community as it brought many people together. Joe stayed committed to the cause and hosted the second annual 5K the following year. The race helped pay medical bills for Nick Cafferky, who was paralyzed in a beach accident when he was a rising senior at Langley High School.

Joe always talked about his dreams and wanting to do more to help others, even when he got sick. When he was diagnosed with cancer, he never lost sight of what was important to him and he often got frustrated because he was unable to do things for others. This is why the Joe Cassella Foundation was created, to carry on Joe’s dreams of helping kids because he is not here to do so. Together, we are his living legacy. In sticking with Joe’s unselfish nature, the focus will be on the sick or injured children in area that need help with their medical bills, just like the kids Joe started helping before he got sick.

Read more about Joe:

  • Joe Cassella 5K Run/Walk on May 23 in Great Falls will Honor Local Humanitarian
  • Only the Good Die Young
  • Returning the Favors

Contacts

Address 1232 Barksdale Dr NE, Leesburg, VA 20176

Phone 571-228-5150

Fax 571-918-4566

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