Night Shift Anthology Charity Page


Keep the Memory Alive

Manhattan Beach , California

Night Shift Anthology Charity Page


Thank you for visiting the Night Shift Anthology Charity Page.


Donating through this site is simple, fast and totally secure. It is also the most efficient way to make a contribution to the Night Shift Anthology fundraising campaign.

Many thanks for your support -- and don't forget to forward this to anyone who you think might want to donate too.

This fundraising effort coincides with the Night Shift Anthology which benefits several charities selected by the participating authors.

This fundraising site, however, specifically honors author Chelle Bliss's cousin, Louis DeGross and author Eden Butler's father, Tim Straight, Sr. who both lost their battles with pancreatic cancer.


 Lou DeGross was lawyer, a devoted husband, and father to four small children. Lou not only left behind his family, but a legacy as someone who had time for everyone. Lou loved to cook, entertain friends, and was immersed in Cleveland sports. He was heavily involved with his local church along with community organizations. He lost his battle with Pancreatic Cancer in 2006 at the age of 49, leaving a huge hold in the lives of his family.


 Tim Straight, Sr. was an avid sportsman and Navy veteran who was beloved by his wife, children, grandchildren and countless lifelong and devoted friends. In October 2012 Tim learned that he was ill and succumb to pancreatic cancer in February 2013 leaving his family and friends mourning the loss of such a dynamic, bright light in the world. Tim is remembered for his generosity, kindness and willingness to help out anyone in need and that, his children are proud to say, is his greatest legacy.


With much appreciation and gratitude, Chelle and Eden hope that you will honor their family by donating to this fundraising effort in their honor.