The Mission

My Friend Linkin is a non-profit that aims to teach and inspire others about childhood cancer. MFL is dedicated to advancing the education of childhood cancer through the biographies of kids in our My Friend series. These books humanize the journey of cancer through a children's book written by other children. Children ask the hard questions and those who are fighting the battle are eager to share their story. 


Since 2017 when Naudia followed Linkin's journey interviewing Linkin, his family, and following him to cancer treatments, MFL has been writing books about different children and through the process of discovery, these books tell us how different every cancer really is. Naudia complied all of her notes and wrote a book to help children like her understand cancer better. Shipped worldwide, My Friend Linkin has educated so many children (and adults!).

No matter the hardships families face, a project like MFL is a unique piece of the journey that will stay with them forever.


In 2020, Naudia and Linkin were chosen by Washington Post as one of the top international activists changing the world.

You can read more here.

Nominate a Friend

My Friend Linkin is always looking for kids who may want to share their journey with their friends and family. 

Do you know someone who fits that criteria? If you know a child between the ages of 8-18 who is currently fighting cancer, and is willing to share the ups and down of their journey with cancer, click here to nominate them. 

Super Hero Kids
Kelsey Hau
Kate Ferguson

Findlay, OH

Kate lost her baby in-utero during pregnancy.

Melissa Hamilton

Goldthwaite, TX

Luke suddenly passed away at the age of seven from an aggressive form of brain cancer.

Theresa Owens

Milwaukee, WI

Theresa lost her granddaughter, Angel when she passed away from a difficult and fast-moving cancer at the tender age of 12.

My Friend Linkin has teamed up with authors across North America that all have one thing in common: Grief.

They have all lost a son, daughter, granddaughter, brother or sister. A novel unlike others, these individual stories make up a journey of love, loss, hope, and the courage to continue when some of their closest ones could not.

You can purchase The Last
Kiss in our shop.
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Lisa Price

Milwaukee, WI

Lisa lost her her daughter Ari 9 hours after she was born. She works to help counsel bereaved mothers across the country.

Jessica Wolff

Champaign, IL

Jessica and her husband lost one of their twins in-utero. Affectionately called Baby - A, she lost her fight in the 24th week of gestation.

Wanda Welch

Milwaukee, WI

Wanda and her husband lost their son, Stephan, at the age of 31 by six bullets in a horrific shooting.

Justine Marroquin

Portland, OR

Justine lost her brother, Paul, when he was murdered at the young age of 23. She was only 15.

Danielle Biddy

Atlanta, GA

Danielle and her husband lost their daughter, Caroline, 3 months after she was born due to a brain injury sustained in the womb.


Milwaukee, WI

Kelsey lost her son Asher right before his second birthday. He died of complications from a debilitating brain condition.

Get Involved

My Friend Linkin thrives on sponsorship and donations. Book publications are expensive. It costs, on average, $5,000 to have a kid go through the My Friend process. If you're a company and you're interested in sponsoring a child or a book, please learn more and lets work together to achieve our dreams!

Learn more about sponsoring a friend.

We have a lot of events where we need as much help as possible! If you're looking for a great team building experience, a way to get volunteer hours, a church looking for a great cause, or a family looking to help others, My Friend Linkin can help. Learn more about donating time, having a book drive, or creating raffle baskets for our events!

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