On September 19th Abigail Greene was diagnosed with DIPG, a rare, inoperable, brain tumor that only affects 300 children in the U.S. every year. After a courageous battle with cancer that lasted 9 months, Abigail passed away on June 15th 2017, she was only eight. Every donation will help the Greene family as they recover from this devastating loss and get back on their feet and all leftover funds will be used to assist other families of children diagnosed with this awful disease. You can also donate directly to the Michael Mosier Defeat DIPG Foundation In her name. Because as Abigail taught us, every day is worth fighting for.

Meet Abby

Hello, I had the good fortune of being the father of Abigail Greene and wanted to thank you for visiting our page and showing interest in our wonderful kid. She was a unique and talented individual and 

Abigail Greene was a rare person in the world and as her father I found myself constantly amazed that a person as wonderful as her could actually be something that I helped create. She was a smart, sweet and funny individual. She wore her heart on her sleeve and committed herself fully to everything that she did. She was so many things to so many people; she was a girl scout, a burgeoning artist, a pint-sized humanitarian, a self-taught swimmer, a comedian, a musician (thanks to her cherry red Fender Stratocaster) a voracious reader and lover of books, a daughter, a granddaughter, a cousin and a sister. She loved everything and everyone she met, she was a genuinely kind and trusting person who wanted to be a musician one day and a painter the next. 

Up until September 19th she had the world on a platter and a wonderful future ahead of her. Up until September 19th, when she was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor called DIPG, she was facing a world of possibilities. Abigail fought bravely for 9 months before she passed away on June 15th and I can certainly say that she lived each of those 269 days after her diagnosis to the absolute fullest. It’s a cruelness that cannot be properly explained that something so horrible can take away someone so wonderful and this world is forever poorer without her in it. 

Thank you again for your love and support. 

Adam Greene