Susan Beliakoff supporting Trycia Carlberg

Thank You Susan for supporting Trycia.
Every shirt purchase and donation in Trycia’s name helps pay her bills!  THANK YOU

THANK YOU Dont Worry Be Happy Foundation for my Stater Bros gift cards


 Thanks to DWBHshirts, and everyone that donates to Dont Worry Be Happy Foundation,  we have groceries in our fridge ! Thank you! You are such a blessing to our family. Xoxo, Crystal


We still have a LOT of gifts that the Dont Worry Be Happy Foundation needs help with thru our “ADOPT A DWBH FAMILY” FOR CHRISTMAS. Please contact or call 949-723-2301

The Herrin brothers support DWBHshirts!

Thank you to the Herrin family for supporting DWBHshirts warriors.  We ALL love the Herrin’s!

DWBHshirts celebrates the life of David S. Parker today!

Sending Lots of Love and prayers today to the Parker family. We love you Karin, David and Trevor.

Ryan Miller loves his Dont Worry Be Happy shirts

Ryan Miller cheering up his Mom in his Don’t Worry Be Happy shirt while she is healing from her surgery.  We Love you Gina.  Sending you lots of love and prayers for a speedy recovery.

DWBHshirts is a great way to show your love and support for Gina Miller

Supporting their wonderful friend Gina and helping DWBHshirts warriors at the same time! 

“Thank you so much for everything you do! ”

Love, Donna,  Catherine and Jack Johnston and Shirley Mangio

Life is a picnic in your Don’t Worry Be Happy shirts

Karen Zemel’s neice AURORA sporting her Don’t Worry Be Happy shirt at a family picnic. Thank You Karen and Aurora for continually spreading our website and message while suppotring DWBHshirts warrior, Jennifer Randolph!

Did you know that “Dont Worry Be Happy Foundation” and “” …..



 Board members, Jules, Mina and Meagan

Did You Know  

Our Mission is to brighten the world for those afflicted with cancer. 

The  primary way we do this is by helping financially struggling cancer warriors to pay their bills & spreading the Don’t Worry Be Happy message that happiness heals by selling Don’t Worry Be Happy shirts.   

We also cheer up children & adults in cancer camps and hospitals with your donations. 

Did You Know  

That our inspiration was,  Kevin Carlberg.  

That our main website sells Hundreds of shirts, tanks, hoodies, capris for men, women and children. 

Did you know 

We have over 27 warriors and many asking daily to be added to our site. 

Young children with leukemia, some with Breast cancer, Brain cancer and every kind of cancer.

Cancer is all the same in the way it financially drains the family. 

Just the deductibles and copays are crippling!! 

With your help we can pay their medical insurance, keep their lights on and take away some stress and  help them not worry & be happy.

 Did You Know  

We also started a nonprofit 501c3 “Don’t Worry Be Happy Foundation”, so now that we can accept tax deductible donations.  

You can pick one warrior to help Or them all. 

Unfortunately we have more bills from our warriors than cash to help them. 

Imagine trying to heal from cancer and worrying about making the rent- how do you think that feels?

 You can also sponsor shirts to cheer up the kids in the cancer camps and hospitals 

Did You Know  

That all of what we do is done by volunteers.

 There are no salaries paid and no company Bentleys (not even a Prius)

 We’re just barely covering the costs of paying the bills of all the warriors

 We are also looking for a few NEW Board members to help us keep donations coming in and with good marketing skills and great ideas.

We’re always looking for help so call us to volunteer ideas or at our event 949-723-2301

or email


DWBHshirts new warrior, Alyx Holiday from Calvary Chapel,Yorba Linda

ALYX  HOLIDAY,  38 married mother of 3

Invasive Lobular Carcinoma ~ BREAST CANCER

Alyx’s Background Story:

Alyx is a married mother of three living in Yorba Linda, CA. Recently Alyx was a junior high English teacher at Calvary Chapel Yorba Linda. During her battle with breast cancer Alyx has taken a leave of absence from teaching to concentrate on her health and her family.

Alyx’s Personal Story:

I am 38 years old and was recently diagnosed with invasive lobular carcinoma. I was working out and though that I had pulled a muscle or something in my chest when I felt a strange lump. I swallowed my fear and made a doctor’s appointment to have it checked. The first doctor I went to see had difficulty isolating the lump so she called in another doctor to take a look. While they were both examining me a look passed between the two of them that made me nervous. They sent me to diagnostic testing for a mammogram and an ultrasound. At the appointment the mammogram technician gave me a hug so I knew I was in trouble. I had a biopsy which confirmed my worse suspicions that I definitely had cancer. My course of treatment involves chemotherapy first. I will do four cycles of Adriamycin and Cytoxan. Then I will do another four cycles of Taxotere. I will have a total of six months of chemotherapy followed by a double mastectomy and reconstruction. They will reevaluate after surgery whether or not my course of treatment will include radiation.

I plan to return to work next year and continue doing what I love best. I have the best family in the world and the most amazing students that I cannot wait to get back to. Getting cancer this young was a shock for me, but it is also a wake up call to appreciate the life we have been given. I believe that I will kick cancer in the booty.

Please buy a Don’t Worry Be Happy shirt and show Alyx your Love and support

DWBHshirts @ San Diego Rock ‘n’ Roll half marathon

The run went really well and I felt great after! I’m still on such a high from the event and can’t wait to sign up for another one. In photo is me and my friend, Kirstie, at about mile 8 and took it with his phone.

P.S. I had SO many people along the way yell “Don’t Worry Be Happy!” as I was running. It was so motivating. In the last stretch before the finish line a guy yelled it and fist pumped in the air and I when I made eye contact with him, I got the feeling he knew about the organization.

Thanks again for your support. Talk to you soon!

Kelly Purcell