“A heart that is loved can never be broken”
Lana Beth Webster
“Thank you for bringing dinner tonight, the soup was delicious. Lana’s Love has been such a blessing to our family.”
“You put smiles on our faces and joy in our hearts!! Lana’s Love is so much fun, you make great days for cancer children and their families, thank you!”
Lana Beth Webster was an extraordinary eleven-year-old little girl. She was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma at age 6 and fought cancer bravely for 5 years.
Lana Beth received her Angel Wings on November 3rd, 2006. She is and always will be a powerful force in our lives and all that knew her.
Lana Beth lived her life to the fullest!
Jim and Cindy Webster, along with their sons Alan and Cole, started the Lana’s Love Foundation with this simple mission statement ...
...help kids with cancer and their families have fun!
We don’t know of anyone that has not been affected by cancer ...whether it be a relative, friend, or co-worker. To have a child stricken with cancer is beyond description. Lana Beth was not the only one with cancer ...we all felt we had the disease as well.
Cindy and I talked many times, as bad as having a child with cancer is, it would be 100 times worse if we did not have some resources. Many people have to make a decision to go to work or to stay at the hospital with their sick child taking chemo. There is no money left for presents or to just have fun. Lana’s Love was created so those kids can have fun.
Jim & Cindy Webster
“Lana’s Love is Heaven sent. We feel so blessed to have you as part of our journey.
We work in Chattanooga and the surrounding areas with a simple mission in mind ...help kids with cancer, and their families have fun.
The Lana’s Love Golf Tournament at the Windstone Golf Course continues to be our only major fundraiser each year.
Thanks so much to the players, our sponsors and the volunteers who give of their time and resources each and every year to make this such a special event!