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This website is dedicated to The John Challis Courage for Life Foundation; a foundation established in May 2008 to provide sporting opportunities for student athletes with life- threatening illnesses. At the age of 16, John Challis was diagnosed with Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC), an adult form of liver cancer. He was diagnosed at Stage 4 of this cancer (which had already spread to his lungs) and survived an amazing 26 months of life after aggressive chemotherapy treatments.

John’s outlook on life was one of true inspiration. He stated that God had given him this disease because he was strong enough to handle it and felt that he could help others by spreading his message of courage.

One of John’s quotes that he said repeatedly was:

It’s not how many breaths you take, it is what you do with each breath you do take.


John did plenty with each of his daily breaths especially when he was sick. He had wonderful sporting opportunities presented to him during his fight with cancer, and he made it known that he wanted to provide the same experiences for other teenage athletes with life threatening illnesses involved in school sponsored interscholastic sports; thus, the formation of this foundation!

When John was asked in June 2008 how he would like to be remembered, he pause…and then said, “Maybe some guys sitting around….and someone says, ‘Remember John Challis? …he was someone who tried his best no matter what he was doing.’” And that is John’s message—“just for people to always do their best, no matter what they’re doing or how stupid it might seem. And to remember no matter what, there will always be a reward no matter how small it is.”

John was a determined, positive and happy young man who inspired many lives. Please help us continue this inspiration by visiting our website often for more information concerning our foundation.
 
 
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This site is dedicated in loving memory and inspiration of John Scott Challis Jr.
12/16/1989 ~ 08/19/2008
 

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This website is dedicated to The John Challis Courage for Life Foundation; a foundation established in May 2008 to provide sporting opportunities for student athletes with life- threatening illnesses. At the age of 16, John Challis was diagnosed with Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC), an adult form of liver cancer. He was diagnosed at Stage 4 of this cancer (which had already spread to his lungs) and survived an amazing 26 months of life after aggressive chemotherapy treatments.

John’s outlook on life was one of true inspiration. He stated that God had given him this disease because he was strong enough to handle it and felt that he could help others by spreading his message of courage.

One of John’s quotes that he said repeatedly was:

It’s not how many breaths you take, it is what you do with each breath you do take.


John did plenty with each of his daily breaths especially when he was sick. He had wonderful sporting opportunities presented to him during his fight with cancer, and he made it known that he wanted to provide the same experiences for other teenage athletes with life threatening illnesses involved in school sponsored interscholastic sports; thus, the formation of this foundation!

When John was asked in June 2008 how he would like to be remembered, he pause…and then said, “Maybe some guys sitting around….and someone says, ‘Remember John Challis? …he was someone who tried his best no matter what he was doing.’” And that is John’s message—“just for people to always do their best, no matter what they’re doing or how stupid it might seem. And to remember no matter what, there will always be a reward no matter how small it is.”

John was a determined, positive and happy young man who inspired many lives. Please help us continue this inspiration by visiting our website often for more information concerning our foundation.
 
 
 
 
 
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Dedication

This site is dedicated in loving memory and inspiration of John Scott Challis Jr.
12/16/1989 ~ 08/19/2008
 

Get Involved

We are always looking for volunteers to help our foundation with various events. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming part of the courage for life foundation family!

A letter from Mom

Please CLICK HERE to read a letter from Gina Challis.

Our Motto


John's exact writing from hat.
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This website is dedicated to The John Challis Courage for Life Foundation; a foundation established in May 2008 to provide sporting opportunities for student athletes with life- threatening illnesses. At the age of 16, John Challis was diagnosed with Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC), an adult form of liver cancer. He was diagnosed at Stage 4 of this cancer (which had already spread to his lungs) and survived an amazing 26 months of life after aggressive chemotherapy treatments.

John’s outlook on life was one of true inspiration. He stated that God had given him this disease because he was strong enough to handle it and felt that he could help others by spreading his message of courage.

One of John’s quotes that he said repeatedly was:

It’s not how many breaths you take, it is what you do with each breath you do take.


John did plenty with each of his daily breaths especially when he was sick. He had wonderful sporting opportunities presented to him during his fight with cancer, and he made it known that he wanted to provide the same experiences for other teenage athletes with life threatening illnesses involved in school sponsored interscholastic sports; thus, the formation of this foundation!

When John was asked in June 2008 how he would like to be remembered, he pause…and then said, “Maybe some guys sitting around….and someone says, ‘Remember John Challis? …he was someone who tried his best no matter what he was doing.’” And that is John’s message—“just for people to always do their best, no matter what they’re doing or how stupid it might seem. And to remember no matter what, there will always be a reward no matter how small it is.”

John was a determined, positive and happy young man who inspired many lives. Please help us continue this inspiration by visiting our website often for more information concerning our foundation.
 
 
 
 
 
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Dedication

This site is dedicated in loving memory and inspiration of John Scott Challis Jr.
12/16/1989 ~ 08/19/2008
 

Get Involved

We are always looking for volunteers to help our foundation with various events. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming part of the courage for life foundation family!

A letter from Mom

Please CLICK HERE to read a letter from Gina Challis.

Our Motto


John's exact writing from hat.
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We welcome you to our CFL world! PDF Print E-mail
This website is dedicated to The John Challis Courage for Life Foundation; a foundation established in May 2008 to provide sporting opportunities for student athletes with life- threatening illnesses. At the age of 16, John Challis was diagnosed with Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC), an adult form of liver cancer. He was diagnosed at Stage 4 of this cancer (which had already spread to his lungs) and survived an amazing 26 months of life after aggressive chemotherapy treatments.

John’s outlook on life was one of true inspiration. He stated that God had given him this disease because he was strong enough to handle it and felt that he could help others by spreading his message of courage.

One of John’s quotes that he said repeatedly was:

It’s not how many breaths you take, it is what you do with each breath you do take.


John did plenty with each of his daily breaths especially when he was sick. He had wonderful sporting opportunities presented to him during his fight with cancer, and he made it known that he wanted to provide the same experiences for other teenage athletes with life threatening illnesses involved in school sponsored interscholastic sports; thus, the formation of this foundation!

When John was asked in June 2008 how he would like to be remembered, he pause…and then said, “Maybe some guys sitting around….and someone says, ‘Remember John Challis? …he was someone who tried his best no matter what he was doing.’” And that is John’s message—“just for people to always do their best, no matter what they’re doing or how stupid it might seem. And to remember no matter what, there will always be a reward no matter how small it is.”

John was a determined, positive and happy young man who inspired many lives. Please help us continue this inspiration by visiting our website often for more information concerning our foundation.
 
 
 
 
 
More Info

Dedication

This site is dedicated in loving memory and inspiration of John Scott Challis Jr.
12/16/1989 ~ 08/19/2008
 

Get Involved

We are always looking for volunteers to help our foundation with various events. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming part of the courage for life foundation family!

A letter from Mom

Please CLICK HERE to read a letter from Gina Challis.

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The John Challis Courage for Life Foundation
We welcome you to our CFL world! PDF Print E-mail
This website is dedicated to The John Challis Courage for Life Foundation; a foundation established in May 2008 to provide sporting opportunities for student athletes with life- threatening illnesses. At the age of 16, John Challis was diagnosed with Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC), an adult form of liver cancer. He was diagnosed at Stage 4 of this cancer (which had already spread to his lungs) and survived an amazing 26 months of life after aggressive chemotherapy treatments.

John’s outlook on life was one of true inspiration. He stated that God had given him this disease because he was strong enough to handle it and felt that he could help others by spreading his message of courage.

One of John’s quotes that he said repeatedly was:

It’s not how many breaths you take, it is what you do with each breath you do take.


John did plenty with each of his daily breaths especially when he was sick. He had wonderful sporting opportunities presented to him during his fight with cancer, and he made it known that he wanted to provide the same experiences for other teenage athletes with life threatening illnesses involved in school sponsored interscholastic sports; thus, the formation of this foundation!

When John was asked in June 2008 how he would like to be remembered, he pause…and then said, “Maybe some guys sitting around….and someone says, ‘Remember John Challis? …he was someone who tried his best no matter what he was doing.’” And that is John’s message—“just for people to always do their best, no matter what they’re doing or how stupid it might seem. And to remember no matter what, there will always be a reward no matter how small it is.”

John was a determined, positive and happy young man who inspired many lives. Please help us continue this inspiration by visiting our website often for more information concerning our foundation.
 
 
 
 
 
More Info

Dedication

This site is dedicated in loving memory and inspiration of John Scott Challis Jr.
12/16/1989 ~ 08/19/2008
 

Get Involved

We are always looking for volunteers to help our foundation with various events. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming part of the courage for life foundation family!

A letter from Mom

Please CLICK HERE to read a letter from Gina Challis.

Our Motto


John's exact writing from hat.
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The John Challis Courage for Life Foundation
We welcome you to our CFL world! PDF Print E-mail
This website is dedicated to The John Challis Courage for Life Foundation; a foundation established in May 2008 to provide sporting opportunities for student athletes with life- threatening illnesses. At the age of 16, John Challis was diagnosed with Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC), an adult form of liver cancer. He was diagnosed at Stage 4 of this cancer (which had already spread to his lungs) and survived an amazing 26 months of life after aggressive chemotherapy treatments.

John’s outlook on life was one of true inspiration. He stated that God had given him this disease because he was strong enough to handle it and felt that he could help others by spreading his message of courage.

One of John’s quotes that he said repeatedly was:

It’s not how many breaths you take, it is what you do with each breath you do take.


John did plenty with each of his daily breaths especially when he was sick. He had wonderful sporting opportunities presented to him during his fight with cancer, and he made it known that he wanted to provide the same experiences for other teenage athletes with life threatening illnesses involved in school sponsored interscholastic sports; thus, the formation of this foundation!

When John was asked in June 2008 how he would like to be remembered, he pause…and then said, “Maybe some guys sitting around….and someone says, ‘Remember John Challis? …he was someone who tried his best no matter what he was doing.’” And that is John’s message—“just for people to always do their best, no matter what they’re doing or how stupid it might seem. And to remember no matter what, there will always be a reward no matter how small it is.”

John was a determined, positive and happy young man who inspired many lives. Please help us continue this inspiration by visiting our website often for more information concerning our foundation.
 
 
 
 
 
More Info

Dedication

This site is dedicated in loving memory and inspiration of John Scott Challis Jr.
12/16/1989 ~ 08/19/2008
 

Get Involved

We are always looking for volunteers to help our foundation with various events. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming part of the courage for life foundation family!

A letter from Mom

Please CLICK HERE to read a letter from Gina Challis.

Our Motto


John's exact writing from hat.
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The John Challis Courage for Life Foundation
We welcome you to our CFL world! PDF Print E-mail
This website is dedicated to The John Challis Courage for Life Foundation; a foundation established in May 2008 to provide sporting opportunities for student athletes with life- threatening illnesses. At the age of 16, John Challis was diagnosed with Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC), an adult form of liver cancer. He was diagnosed at Stage 4 of this cancer (which had already spread to his lungs) and survived an amazing 26 months of life after aggressive chemotherapy treatments.

John’s outlook on life was one of true inspiration. He stated that God had given him this disease because he was strong enough to handle it and felt that he could help others by spreading his message of courage.

One of John’s quotes that he said repeatedly was:

It’s not how many breaths you take, it is what you do with each breath you do take.


John did plenty with each of his daily breaths especially when he was sick. He had wonderful sporting opportunities presented to him during his fight with cancer, and he made it known that he wanted to provide the same experiences for other teenage athletes with life threatening illnesses involved in school sponsored interscholastic sports; thus, the formation of this foundation!

When John was asked in June 2008 how he would like to be remembered, he pause…and then said, “Maybe some guys sitting around….and someone says, ‘Remember John Challis? …he was someone who tried his best no matter what he was doing.’” And that is John’s message—“just for people to always do their best, no matter what they’re doing or how stupid it might seem. And to remember no matter what, there will always be a reward no matter how small it is.”

John was a determined, positive and happy young man who inspired many lives. Please help us continue this inspiration by visiting our website often for more information concerning our foundation.
 
 
 
 
 
More Info

Dedication

This site is dedicated in loving memory and inspiration of John Scott Challis Jr.
12/16/1989 ~ 08/19/2008
 

Get Involved

We are always looking for volunteers to help our foundation with various events. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming part of the courage for life foundation family!

A letter from Mom

Please CLICK HERE to read a letter from Gina Challis.

Our Motto


John's exact writing from hat.
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