United Luv Project Inc. is a nonprofit organization started by a young man during his battle with cancer, and its mission is to provide iPads for patients to use while undergoing treatment.
Ryan Eaton was diagnosed with Synovial Sarcoma at age 25. Having spent countless hours in hospitals and treatment centers, Ryan quickly learned there were limited options to pass the time.
He also realized many patients were fighting the battle alone, and felt that iPads could help.
Patients use the iPads to connect with friends and family, or simply to pass the time, taking their minds off what’s going on around them.
Ryan lost his battle with cancer in 2013, but his family continues to carry on his mission. United Luv Project Inc. has placed over 130 iPads into the hands of cancer patients throughout Montana.
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