Lisa holds very strong emotions for the wonderful causes of the Heart and Stroke Foundation and the Canadian Cancer Society. She tries to support each charitable foundation as much as possible, as each one actually touches her heart immensely and they have, one way or another, entered into her personal life. Lisa feels, that through her work as a professional spiritual advisor and counselor, she could perhaps help these organizations more.
Here is a little background as to why Lisa feels so strongly about each charitable organization:
On August 31, 1997, Lisa’s grandfather William Frederick Page passed away from a 25 year struggle of living in a nursing home following a stroke. To take things further, Lisa’s beloved grandmother Leola May Page (nee Williams) passed away suddenly on April 3, 2000 – also from a severe stroke. The passing of BOTH her grandparents – both having suffered strokes, really hit Lisa hard and to this day she misses them dearly. Since her grandmother’s passing she has faithfully donated each year to the Heart and Stroke Foundation in their memory – on each anniversary of their deaths.
On December 24, 2003 (Christmas Eve), Lisa’s father Benoit Jean Joseph Doucet passed away very quickly from advanced stage/metastasized lung cancer (spread up his esophagus, to his stomach and other lung). He progressed extremely rapidly – was diagnosed in August of that year – only living for a total of 4 months. There is a long line of history in respect to cancer diagnoses on Lisa’ father’s side of the family; as 3 of Lisa’s uncles and 4 of her aunts too passed away from different forms of cancer. Lisa’s father-in-law Clement Caza passed away from prostate cancer (which spread to his bladder) when her husband was only 16 years old, leaving her husband without a father … and ultimately having to get tested yearly as he is predetermined as possibly having this as well in later years.
What hits home even more for Lisa is the fact that she herself was diagnosed with cancer in 2009. After having undergone extreme surgery to remove the cancer and all possible areas where it could potentially spread, she is happy to report that for now she is considered as being cancer-free. But as most cancer survivors will attest to, the fear and worry will always be there in heart and mind.
It was these personal experiences, especially her own battle against cancer, that has really given Lisa a renewed sense of being and purpose. Not only does she value all that she has so much more, but she also wishes to do more than what she has in the past. As a global community we need to fight for answers. We need to find a cure – we need to help. The charities and research teams can only do so much with the funding that they do receive – however – the way Lisa looks at is is that every little bit helps and counts. It will just bring us one small step closer to finding those answers and cures. One small step forward is better than nothing at all.
For every email, chat and telephone reading that Lisa completes, Lisa will be taking a part of what she earns and will personally donate 10% to the Heart and Stroke Foundation and 10% to the Canadian Cancer Society. As the donations accumulate, Lisa will post here just how much you, the caring clients, have helped her in her quest; a total dollar amount each month will be posted. At the end of the year the total amounts donated to each organization will be posted.
Visit Soul Psychics to order your own personalized and accurate psychic reading with Lisa Caza and inadvertently join her cause. Or join the new psychic meeting place directory at http://soul-psychics.spruz.com