Ten-year-old Marcus Haywahe of Carry the Kettle First Nation has been battling cancer since he was just seven years old. He has a wish to go to Disneyland, and the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) is lending a hand to help get him there.

The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations and the Executive plan to raise money for Marcus to help grant his wish to visit Disneyland in Anaheim, California, in April.

“Marcus is a courageous little boy who is battling a terrible disease. If a trip to Disneyland will make him and his family happier than we want to help,” said FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron. “The FSIN Executive is calling on other organizations to raise funds and help send Marcus and his family to Disneyland.”

Marcus’ family is raising money for the trip. The goal is to raise $15,000 to assist with travel costs. The FSIN Executive and Staff will raise money through office fundraising activities with the proceeds going towards Marcus’ Second Fight.

The family of Marcus Hewayhe has started a Go Fund Me page called Marcus’ Second Fight. For those wishing to learn more about Marcus please contact his Grandmother, Laurie Delorme at 1-306-727-2205.

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