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Read just a few of the things people are saying about Chip’s Nation, who we are, and what we have accomplished.

A Nation Behind Me

by Chip Madren

On January 28, 2017, some friends and I held a fundraiser we called Hunting, Fishing and Praying for a CURE. This event was one of my proudest moments because I could give back to the community that has helped me for such a long time….

Are You in Chip’s Nation? An easy way to do some good.

By Reed Gilchrist

On January 28, 2017, some friends and I held a fundraiser we called Hunting, Fishing and Praying for a CURE. This event was one of my proudest moments because I could give back to the community that has helped me for such a long time….

Chip’s Nation Raises $85,000 For Childhood Cancer

By Hunter Galloway

Many of our readers are familiar with the article that GON Editor Brad Gill wrote in the January issue regarding Chip Madren and his upcoming fundraiser.

Chip, now 20, was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2010….

Why a Gold out?

The Dunwoody Wildcats and Chamblee Bulldogs, a long lasting rivalry… have decided to come together to fight for a cure for pediatric cancer. September is pediatric cancer awareness month, and both schools have decided to “Go Gold!” to raise awareness and unity. Gold being the pediatric cancer color….

Dunwoody man goes from battling brain cancer to DNR hunting consultant

By Maya T. Prabhu

When Chip Madren was in seventh grade, doctors told his family the type of brain cancer he had gave him about two more years to live.

It was his love of hunting that caused him to fight for his life, his mother said, after being promised a trip to Montana when he got better…

Chip’s Nation Raises $85,000 For Childhood Cancer

By Hunter Galloway

The pictures on 14-year-old Chip Madren’s website tell the story of a carefree boy who loves fishing, water sports and being with his family. But all that changed last August.

It was then that Madren and his family found out he had aggressive stage-four brain cancer and had to have two surgeries right away. His parents, Lea and Ken, tell CBS News they were beside themselves…