"I just wanted to thank you once again for coming to our school and sharing your personal stories with all of us.  It truly was an eye opening experience for us and for those individuals that I have spoken to, they all have said they were honestly scared silly when they left that auditorium.  So hopefully, this feeling will carry through and they will spread the word about the importance of skin safety." Tricia Giuffrida, Maryvale Preparatory School

"Outstanding presentation" .... "The power of your presentation was the combination of the experiences of your team woven into a strong educational component." Harford County Public Schools Supervisor


You all were fantastic. Everyone said it was the best and most useful presentation they had attended in high school. Our yearbook wants to attend in the spring and do a spread on you all. You were on our twitter feed last week. The kids who didn't attend all said they will be there in the spring. We got so much positive feedback!!!! They loved it and said it was really informative and very eye-openning. Leah MeredithPerry Hall High School

"Thank you for your wonderful presentations at Hereford High School yesterday!  We're so thankful our kids could get your message before they hit the beach this summer." Erin Norton, Herford High School

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"Kelly's Dream paid Kenwood High School a visit in March and had a profound impact on 300+ students.  Their presentation was engaging, heartfelt, and informative.  The students gained valuable information I know they will carry with them for the rest of their lives.  More importantly than gaining knowledge, numerous students have already put it into action by going to the doctors for a skin check, & making the conscious choice not to do the traditional tanning for prom!!" Jennifer CoxKenwood High School

Read how our presentations have touched lives

"You're such a brave person . I will definetly share your story..." 6th Grade Student of Parkville Middle School

"Thank you so much for visiting our school yesterday.  Mandy and I really enjoyed meeting you and listening to your stories.  Today, we had the students reflect on your presentation and the feedback is amazing!  THEY GET IT!!  We really appreciate you taking your time to help educate our students.  We'll contact you in the fall to set up dates for next year." - Mrs. K. JohnsonFallston Middle School

"We learned a lot about skin cancer and sun safety. We will be better about applying sunscreen especially at tournaments... Thank you for your participation and help." Skywalkers Unite 2017 Lacrosse

"Good evening!  I wanted to reach out , you just visited bel air middle school and my son's class. When I got home yesterday , he sat me down and asked me if I was aware of melanoma - I said yes but please share with me ! He told me about the visit , and went on to tell me many many facts . He continued on to tell me ways we can protect ourselves and things to look for! I was taken back in how much knowledge that he had just from your presentation and also about how much compassion he felt for the personal story's that you all shared! I wanted to thank you for bringing this to his school, and I also wanted u to know your message was heard, and your stories were felt ! Being a cancer survivor myself - it touched my heart the stories he shared and so honored to now share in support for your cause ! Keep going strong!!" - ​Sandy Vogel, Parent of a Bel Air Middle School Student

"Thank you for coming to share your story and I HOPE you continue to be a N.E.D. = )" 6th Grade Student of Parkville Middle School

"Thank you again for coming in to talk to our students! I really can see that your stories had an impact on them. We did a follow up discussion today and everyone participated and got involved. They could basically tell all of your stories from memory and they memorized a lot of statistics. A lot of them said they went home and told their parents about what they learned which is one of the few times they have done their homework!  Thanks again. We will definitely have to schedule dates next year.” - Carlie Andrews, Fallston High School