FINAL PUSH: Local Cancer Survivor Launching Business, Plans to Give Back

A San Francisco cancer survivor who is trying to get his granola business off the ground says he's looking for people to help with the final hours of his fundraising project.

Garrett Lamb, who lives in San Francisco, is trying to raise a total of $15,000 to help take his home-based operation to the next level.

"Garrett's Granola" has raised just over $8,700 at the time of this publication.  The current campaign ends at midnight. 

Here's a message from Lamb's IndieGoGo fundraising page about his project and his cause: 

Cancer sucks. It’s a disease that reaches millions of people every year, and chances are you know someone who has been affected by it. In 2006, I was diagnosed with a rare strain of Lymphoma, and have been fighting the disease and its side effects ever since. I learned a valuable lesson about living life to the fullest, and now I am making granola to help advocate for happy and healthy lifestyles. When the business is up and running, I hope to partner with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to share my story and help give back. 

Watch the video above for more, and click here to help support this business. 


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