Our Mission

Every child should have an angel during their battle with cancer

Angel 34 is a non-profit organization and we employ NO staff!
We are 100% volunteer with all funds going to help children and their families battle cancer.

Financial Assistance.

Provide financial assistance to families to cover medical costs.

ICEE Campaign.

Provide ICEE Machines to Children's Hospitals

Pet Therapy.

Provide pet therapy programs

Research.

Support cancer research

We are in the business of providing comfort, support, and hope but

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Monthly Story

Nikolette Nolte - May, 2018

Hi, my name is Nikolette Nolte and I am a senior at Kutztown High School and a competitive national swimmer.  My world changed when I heard those three strong words…"you have cancer.”  The doctors were very surprised I walked into the Lehigh Valley Emergency Room.  They determined swimming saved my life.

On April 2, 2017, my life was turned upside down.  I was admitted to the Lehigh Valley Pediatric Intensive Care Unit to have emergency surgery to remove over 400 cc’s of fluid around my heart.  I was told I had a large mass in my chest cavity.  I returned to my parents after surgery sedated on a ventilator which was extremely frightening.  On April 5, I was diagnosed with Primary Mediastinal Large B-Cell Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (PMLBL) at the age of 17. On April 7, the doctors were able to remove the ventilator tube and I woke up from what I thought was a dream.

This past year has been hard but I was determined to stay positive through all my treatments.  All the doctors and nurses were awesome during my “hotel” stays at Lehigh Valley, 4th floor.  I finished my chemotherapy treatments on July 28, 2017.  On August 24, I was told the awesome news that I am cancer free and in remission. The Kutztown community, Kutztown School District, swim team families, and my family and friends have showed tremendous support which I will forever cherish.

No matter what you are going through always know there is a light at the end of the tunnel.  Each day might seem hard and some days it may seem like you are walking farther away from the light, but in the end the light will shine through.  Continue to stay positive and fight because POSITIVITY is the best medicine! #TeamNiki

For the countless families across the country that are impacted by childhood cancer, the prospect of medical breakthroughs is a ray of hope and the support of the community is a great source of solace. I have witnessed firsthand the enormous impact Angel 34 has had on the children and families who are grappling with the effects of childhood cancer. The advocacy and assistance provided by Angel 34 ensures families touched by childhood cancer know they are not alone.- Congressman Charlie Dent

Upcoming Events

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Curt’s Cyclery Century (C3)

June 09, 2018 | 8am - 3pm
Curt's Cyclery 182 Bath Pike Nazareth, Pennsylvania

Curt's Cyclery Century (C3) Ride is a bike ride and fund raising event for the whole family. Three different courses are available and riders can help raise money for a great cause, get some exercise, and enjoy a day of fun, food, and fabulous prizes.Learn More About This Event>

Derek's Camp Flip Flop 2018

June 14-17 and June 21-24
Wildwood Crest, NJ

Derek's Camp Flip Flop is a Camp to bring NORMALCY and HOPE to the children and their families.Learn More About This Event>

News

2018 Angel 34 Calendars are Now Available

The 2018 "Angels of Hope" calendars have arrived and are available for sale online for only $17, including shipping. GET YOUR CALENDAR HERE!

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