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WKYC’s Live on Lakeside

Watch and read about Eric & Amy discuss the Shanerock Foundation.

Looking Ahead – Exciting News for 2019  

Shanerock would like to thank you for an amazing 2018! The need of families battling pediatric cancer and dealing with the many challenges that pediatric cancer bring with it continues to increase. Since 2016, Shanerock has granted approximately 70 local families more than  $75,000 in assistance!  

With the unfortunate but growing need for Shanerock’s important mission, we have decided to discontinue our annual St. Baldrick’s event. The necessity now exists more than ever for us to center more intently on the fundraising efforts that directly impact Shanerock and the families it serves. 


“I can be the voice for my son.”

For Eric Haddad, head shaving isn’t just a one-time deal, because as the dad of a kid who fought brain cancer, he knows firsthand that the effects can last a lifetime. Next month, at the Rocky River event in Ohio, Eric will be shaving his head for the eighth time, while raising funds for research that he hopes will lead to better, safer treatments for kids with cancer.

Making a Difference by Helping Families

In 2010, Shane Haddad was diagnosed with brain cancer at the age of 3. Shane's parents, Eric and Amy Haddad, have helped fight this battle with Shane since he was diagnosed. Eric and Amy understand the challenges that families face when people have a child living with cancer. Out of love for their child and seeing firsthand how difficult it is to try to live as normal a life day to day as possible with the challenges this disease brings, the Haddad family set out to find ways to support others dealing with these same adversities. Thus Shanerock was established as a 501(c)(3) that focuses on supporting local families who are battling pediatric cancer. Shanerock also supports and partners with other non-profits and joins with them in the fight against pediatric cancer.


Watch Shane's Story


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living with cancer who is in need?

Annual Shanerock Run

Shanerock Run a 5k and 1 mile run presented by St. Ignatius High School to benefit the Shanerock.


Learn about our events to help raise awareness and money to support families with a child battling pediatric cancers.


Shanerock Store

Get some great Shanerock merchandise and support our cause. Contact us to inquire.

Fighting with Courage & Strength


In 2010, our family was changed forever...

At the age of 3, our son Shane was diagnosed with brain and spinal cord cancer. Nothing in life prepares you to hear the words, "your child has cancer."

Shane has fought the disease with courage and strength. Due to the many life saving treatments (chemotherapy, radiation, and three brain surgeries), Shane has several physical and mental challenges that he will face for the rest of his life.

We understand the challenges that many families have to overcome when you have a child with cancer. Costs for medicine, equipment, and care can be extensive. It was with this in mind, we have decided to create Shanerock, a 501c3 non-profit organization. Shanerock is a charity that focuses on providing care, resources, and equipment to local families who are battling pediatric cancer. Shanerock will also fund the efforts of other nonprofit organizations that support families and their fight against pediatric cancer.

2008 - 2009

2010 - Shane had his first emergency surgery in January followed by intense chemotherapy.  The chemotherapy was not stopping the progression of the brain tumor growth.

2011 - Shane's tumors progressed and we started 6 weeks of radiation in January of 2011.  This treatment stopped the progression, but caused other side effects that have been with Shane since.  Swelling on his brain, as a result of the radiation, led Shane to have his 2nd brain surgery in April of 2011.  A heavy dose of steroids followed to help to reduce swelling on his brain.  This didn't come without challenges.  Steroids increased his appetite and he gained significant weight in the summer of 2011.  Once the swelling was under control, we took Shane off the steroids.  Coming off of the steroids, Shane refused to eat and we were forced to use a feeding tube to provide him with the proper nourishment in the fall of 2011.

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