It’s important to be an ambassador for childhood cancer because there are kids living with cancer that still need help and I would like everyone to know that. Juanita

Juanita is nine years old and is in the third grade. Her favorite subject in school at the moment is reading. Outside of school, Juanita enjoys riding her bike, playing with her dog, Charlie, and dancing ballet. Juanita was first diagnosed with Wilms Tumors when she was five years old. She has been in remission for a few years and is happy to be living a normal childhood again. When she grows up, Juanita wants to be an artist and also wants to be a mentor to other kids living with cancer. Juanita and her family first found out about the Pablove Shutterbugs program through her doctor in Los Angeles. She enjoys taking pictures of animals and things other people may find weird. Juanita is proud to be an ambassador because she wants people to know how Pablove can help other kids that are battling cancer. She has already begun her ambassador duties by representing The Pablove Foundation at the 2017 Golden Globes Red Carpet. Read more about her experience here.