An Initiative of the Mary Kilgour Cunningham Stephenson Leblond Foundation

Creating a Home Away from Home

Private Apartments, Proximity to Proton Therapy Center, and Local Amenities Ease the Burden for Families Facing Pediatric Cancer

 Our 12 new apartments are within four single-story buildings on Hopes Way, a private street off Yankee Road in Butler County’s Liberty Township. Each apartment encompasses 1,300 square feet and includes two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, a great room, a laundry and a porch.  All of the units are ADA compliant. The recently constructed apartment buildings are within walking distance to Cincinnati Children’s Proton Therapy Center, which treats more than 30 types of cancer. Cincinnati Children’s is ranked No. 1 for pediatric cancer care by U.S. News & World Report, and the Proton Therapy Center is a destination for families from all over the world. Our goal is to make families comfortable so they can get through their medical treatment with as few issues as possible.  These apartments offer privacy for both parents and children with two separate bedrooms but there is also the opportunity to gather in the living room to watch a movie or play a game.  The apartments are conveniently located across from a Kroger grocery store, multiple restaurants and shopping options. 

Support Our Mission

Bold and Brave Kid’s Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization funded by private donations and supported entirely by volunteers. We invite you to support our mission of providing a comfortable home away from home for families who bring their children for cancer treatment at the Cincinnati Children’s Proton Therapy Center. We encourage you to make a donation, provide an item from our wish list or become a volunteer.

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