The BoStrong Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. It was founded by the Oliver and Jones families, with the help of Paula Silverman, after the Oliver’s son (and Jones’ future son-in-law), Bo Oliver, lost his journey with Ewing’s Sarcoma. Established in 2017, the BoStrong Foundation provides resources to help young adults with cancer explore holistic treatment options.
BoStrong Foundation Methods of Support
To support holistic wellness for young adults fighting cancer and their loved ones through education, enrichment, engagement, and experience.
- Supporting residents of the Ulman Foundation’s Ulman House by providing a music healing space, meals, and programming for them and their support systems.
- Educating young adult cancer patients and their support systems about holistic treatment options and therapies.
- Instilling confidence in those on their cancer journey that it’s OK to take control of their treatment, ask questions, and explore options.
- Connecting patients with available resources to support them in their cancer journey.
“Music is a medicine that did more for me than Chemo ever did.”Bo Oliver