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Nightbirde: You can’t wait until life isnt hard anymore before you decide to be happy

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“You can’t wait until life isn’t hard anymore before you decide to be happy…” it is with this statement that Nightbirde gave a striking hit of truth to an audience that is simply expecting to have a joyful time watching American Got’s Talent.

You can watch and enjoy the video below the article.

In 2021, Jane Marczewski, aka Nightbirde, wowed the world with her story and song “It’s OK” on America’s Got Talent, earning Simon Cowell’s coveted golden buzzer. Her performance gave hope to millions around the world and inspired thousands of cancer patients to keep fighting.

She was at the time suffering from cancer, but she did not stop saying “It’s ok”, the name of her song, even if she “left us” or “went home”, as described on the website of the Nightbirde Foundation “to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on February 19, 2022, after a four-year battle with cancer. She most recently resided in San Clemente CA with her brother Andrew”.

The dedicated site explains that she was born December 29, 1990, in Zanesville OH to Mitchell and Sharon Marczewski.

She was a 2009 graduate of Licking County Christian Academy and a 2013 graduate of Liberty University in Lynchburg VA with a marketing degree.

Many remember her as the winner of Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer on America’s Got Talent in 2021 with the hit song “It’s OK” which charted No. 1 on iTunes and charted on Billboard. Her other top songs include New Year’s Eve, Girl in a Bubble and Brave.

“Before she became Nightbirde, she dedicated her high school years volunteering with the youth ministry at Cornerstone Church in Licking County OH. She also spent many nights and weekends leading worship at Christian events throughout Ohio. It was during this time when she cultivated her love for music and ministry,” explains the site.

During college she continued her love for music by becoming a prolific songwriter and performer. When she was not writing or singing, she shared Jesus with the unparented youngsters in her neighborhood while providing them snacks after school.

“Those who knew her enjoyed her larger-than-life personality and sense of humor. She had a witty joke for every occasion—even if the joke was on her” continues the website.

The Nightbirde Foundation exists to bring hope and healing to young women with breast cancer.

Thousands of young women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year with limited treatment options; Jane was one of them.

In 2021, Jane Marczewski, aka Nightbirde, wowed the world with her story and song “It’s OK” on America’s Got Talent, earning Simon Cowell’s coveted golden buzzer. Her performance gave hope to millions around the world and inspired thousands of cancer patients to keep fighting.

As reported in the website of the foundation, in 2020, the doctors gave Jane 6 months to live. Faced with limited options in Nashville, TN, Jane moved to California to begin integrative treatments that extended her life by over two years. Travelling to California and getting the treatment she needed wasn’t possible without the generous support of thousands of men and women worldwide. We seek to continue that generosity by helping other “Janes” get the treatment they need.

In 2021, Jane and Mitch, her older brother, were sitting in California dreaming about what do with the generous gifts that thousands of people around the world had donated to her for her treatments. They decided the money should be given to other women in need. It was then that the idea for the Nightbirde Foundation was born.

Jane went home to be with the Lord in 2022, but her memory and legacy lives on in the Nightbirde Foundation. The Nightbirde Foundation helps bring hope and healing to young women with breast cancer. The generosity of others extended Jane’s life much longer than expected and enabled her to inspire millions with her message of hope and healing.

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