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Donations made will assist and support families of children battling cancer and will aid in research towards the extremely rare childhood liver cancer, hepatoblastoma. The cancer that Destiny was diagnosed with.

Destiny StrongER is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to fighting childhood cancer. Donations are tax-deductible.

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About Destiny

On, September 17, 2020 our beautiful 9 year old Daughter, Destiny Arianna Kay Riekeberg, met her Destiny as she lost her 8 month battle to a rare liver cancer, hepatoblastoma.

Life before cancer was a life lived to the fullest for our Daughter. Destiny excelled in competition dance, cheer, softball and she loved her tik tok dances. She strived to be the best in everything she pursued. And she did just that! She was always 10 steps ahead of everyone taking life by storm. She certainly marched to the beat of her own drum and forged a path toward greatness throughout her short 9 years. Destiny was a force and she was certainly “1 in a million”which was unfortunately the rate in which her rare cancer occurred.

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About Destiny

On, September 17, 2020 our beautiful 9 year old Daughter, Destiny Arianna Kay Riekeberg, met her Destiny as she lost her 8 month battle to a rare liver cancer, hepatoblastoma.

Life before cancer was a life lived to the fullest for our Daughter. Destiny excelled in competition dance, cheer, softball and she loved her tik tok dances. She strived to be the best in everything she pursued. And she did just that! She was always 10 steps ahead of everyone taking life by storm. She certainly marched to the beat of her own drum and forged a path toward greatness throughout her short 9 years. Destiny was a force and she was certainly “1 in a million”which was unfortunately the rate in which her rare cancer occurred.

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