To inspire hope and possibility in young adults who are living with life-threatening illnesses

Hi, I’m Cameron Siemers and I’m not supposed to be here. In 1984 When I was 2 years old, I received a blood transfusion. At age 7, I was diagnosed with HIV, and doctors told me I wouldn’t live past 10. I turned 32 this year. It hasn’t been easy, but through my experience I identified a need for an organization to support young people with life-threatening illnesses as they transition into adulthood. With the help of my team, I established the Cameron Siemers Foundation for Hope. We invite you to learn more about the Foundation’s Life Grantâ„¢ program, read our latest news, and make dreams a reality with a donation.