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Posted Thursday February 09, 2017 by Julie Bryant

The Julie A. Bryant Foundation is saddened to announce that foundation beneficiary...

The Julie A. Bryant Foundation is saddened to announce that foundation beneficiary Frank A. Napoli, of Cranberry Township, PA, passed away on Tuesday, February 7, 2017. Napoli, 63, was first...

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Sad News

Posted Tuesday January 31, 2017 by Julie Bryant

The Julie A. Bryant Foundation is saddened by the news that a...

The Julie A. Bryant Foundation is saddened by the news that a recent beneficiary, Robert (Bob) Kushner, of Cranberry Township, has passed away. Bob, 53, died on Friday, January 20,...

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Update on Ray-J

Posted Thursday September 25, 2014 by Julie Bryant

We are proud to say that Ray-J’s tumor to our knowledge is...

We are proud to say that Ray-J’s tumor to our knowledge is finally gone! He was a brave young man that endured more than most children ever have or will...

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Update on Ray-J

Introducing Scooby: The Julie A. Bryant Therapy Dog!

Posted Wednesday July 02, 2014 by Julie Bryant

Animal-assisted therapy provides not only huge benefits when it comes to physical...

Animal-assisted therapy provides not only huge benefits when it comes to physical well-being but also can provide tremendous emotional support for patients suffering from brain cancer. Scooby is a source...

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Introducing Scooby: The Julie A. Bryant Therapy Dog!

Help us support Ray J

Posted Wednesday July 02, 2014 by Julie Bryant

Ray-J Because of your hard work and generous donations, we have been...

Ray-J Because of your hard work and generous donations, we have been able to help an 8 year-old boy from West Virginia, Ray J. In late February, my husband Jeff...

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The Julie A. Bryant Foundation Story

Posted Monday June 23, 2014 by Julie Bryant

A little background My name is Julie Ann Bryant, I’m 48 years...

A little background My name is Julie Ann Bryant, I’m 48 years old and I was diagnosed a little more than 6 years ago with a grade III anaplastic oligodendroglioma....

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The Julie A. Bryant Foundation Story