How can I get a Monica Rocks wristband for Monica Robins?

Those who donate $10 or more to the Prayers From Maria Foundation will receive a #MonicaRocks wristband to wear in her honor.

CLEVELAND – Editor’s Note: The video at the top of this story was originally published before Monica’s surgery on December 9, 2021.

While our very own Monica Robins is recovering from another brain tumor surgery, many of you have reached out to ask how you can help show your support.

Well, here’s your chance — and it’s all for a good cause!

Donations are now being collected on Monica’s behalf to benefit the Prayers From Maria Children’s Cancer Foundation, the organization Monica personally selected for this fundraiser. Those who donate $10 or more will receive a #MonicaRocks wristband, which you can wear in her honor.

You can make a donation HERE.

“Prayers From Maria is committed to funding global research into the causes, prevention, treatments and cures of the deadliest childhood brain tumors known as gliomas,” the foundation’s site said.

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The group is also working to raise public awareness about gliomas and bring hope to children and their families facing the hardships of this disease.

You may know the foundation from Maria’s Field of Hope, which uses sunflowers to “elegantly draw attention to the lack of funding for childhood cancer.”

Monica, meanwhile, shared a status update on her recovery late Friday morning.

“I look like I’ve been in the worst bar fight ever so I hope this lends some credibility to this ‘badass’ reputation I seemed to be acquiring,” she wrote on Facebook.

You can read Monica’s full note in her post below:

Hello everyone! I come to you from the couch! I just wanted to thank you all for the healing energy and give you a…

Posted by Monica Robins on Friday, December 17, 2021

“Life throws crooked balls all the time,” Monica said before her surgery. “You have to pick up the ball and hit it back to life and say, ‘Uh, no, you’re not going to stop me. I’m going to keep doing this.’”

Check out our in-depth conversation with Monica, which took place before her surgery:

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