Candace was 31 years old with 3 small children when she found out she had brain cancer. I don’t think there could be many more things devastating than that. But Candace was so strong. As most of you know Candace survived with cancer for 12 years. She battled, lived life, and she triumphed.
Please consider my plea to you to help people just like Candace. The definition of a crusader is someone campaigning vigorously for support. I intend to be a Crusader against brain cancer and plead for support until the day I walk the BT5K in Columbus on June 2nd.
Please donate to our team Candace’s Crusaders today! Each day 500 people will be diagnosed with a brain tumor. This is why I will be participating in the American Brain Tumor Association’s Breakthrough for Brain Tumors Columbus 5K Run & Walk at Arch Park.
You can support me in my efforts by making a donation to the American Brain Tumor Association.
Click on the Make a Donation! or the Support button by my Fundraising Meter to donate safely and securely online.
Your donation not only supports brain tumor patients and their families but it also supports the breakthrough research to improve, extend and ultimately save lives.
If you prefer to mail your donation, download the donation sheet under the donor info tab.
And remember, your donation is tax-deductible! You can learn more about the American Brain Tumor Association at www.abta.org.
Thank you in advance for your support of my efforts on behalf of brain tumor patients, their families and the researchers pursuing the breakthroughs.