Sandra Laflamme's Fundraising Page for the CHaD Hero Half Marathon
On October 20th I will be running the CHaD Hero Half Marathon. I will be fundraising for TEAM Brady Bukowski, We Love You for this year's CHaD Hero Half Marathon. All Funds raised by my team will go to support the Child Life Program at the Children's Hospital at Dartmouth. This program is dedicated to helping parents and children cope with their diagnosis, and adjust to their hospital stay.
Brady Bukowski was a fun loving preschooler who lived life to the fullest. Brady excelled at everything he attempted, from a forward roll at gymnastics, jumping into the deep end at swimming lessons or hitting a whiffle ball. He liked helping Daddy with Handy Manny projects and doing yard work. He could usually be found in Spiderman pants, shirts and socks and could never be convinced to wear anything with buttons. Brady shared his love of the outdoors with his dad and could identify all the mountain peaks visible from his backyard.
Brady valiantly fought a rare brain cancer that, by April 2012, was too much for even this superhero to defeat.
I'm a CHaD HERO and MY mission is...
...participating in the CHaD HERO, a fun and inspiring fundraising event benefiting Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD). Please join me in my fundraising mission by clicking the "Donate Now" button on the right.
CHaD HERO proceeds fund critical child and family support services at CHaD, including the Child Life Program, Molly's Place, and the Child Advocacy & Protection Program and more.
Your Donation Matters:
Regardless of size, every donation matters, and I sincerely appreciate your support on behalf of CHaD. Here are some reasons I'm asking for your donation:
•CHaD serves 85,000 unique pediatric patients annually from across Northern New England
•No child is ever turned away due to financial or insurance circumstances
•The Child Life Program alone is able to serve 12,000 kids each year thanks, in part, to fundraising from the CHaD HERO.
Thank you for supporting CHaD kids!
P.S. Please come to Hanover on October 20 and cheer me on!
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