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We're raising funds toward brain tumor research in memory of my late husband, Roger. Help us raise $5,000.00 for 2009's National Brain Tumor Society's Brain Tumor Walk. Check out these pages and consider making a donation. 95% of the funds raised go toward research or patient care. Just exactly what Roger would want!
In our lives, we rarely find examples of true courage. Pay a visit to these pages to see how I define it - and learn more about what you can do to change the lives of many courageous heroes of this thing we call "life".
Postcards at Earlylight
Sometimes there just aren't enough words to say what we really mean - so we created some Postcards at Earlylight. Please feel free to sample, and send a card or two to those folks you never quite catch up with in this busy world of ours. Even though they're free, an Earlylight e-card is still worth a thousand words.
The National Brain Tumor Society is a nationwide non-profit organization, serving people whose lives are affected by brain tumors. They are dedicated to promoting a cure for brain tumors, improving the quality of life and giving hope to the brain tumor community by funding meaningful research and providing patient resources, timely information and education. More information is located at www.braintumor.org.
The Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk is not your traditional fund raising event - it is an adventure! It is a fundraising walk where brain tumor patients, their families and friends come together to celebrate the importance of living. It is a time to honor the memory of those no longer with us, and to cheer on those who struggle with this disease. People participate for different reasons - but mostly to help raise money to support the work of the National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS), to heighten brain tumor awareness and help increase funding to battle this deadly disease.
This year the Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk is at Speedway Meadow in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco on May 2nd, 2015.
To help us reach our goal, just submit or mail your donation now. The team's goal is to raise $5,000.00.
Please check out our fund raising page at http://www.braintumorcommunity.org/goto/Jolly-Rogers-2015. If you prefer to make your donation by check, information for that is also located on the fund raising page. Checks should be made payable to the National Brain Tumor Society, and need to be in my hands by April 28th, 2015 to be sure they count toward this event's total.
Each Year in the U.S., 185,000 people are diagnosed with brain tumors, benign or malignant. Brain tumors are the leading cause of cancer deaths for children under the age 20, now surpassing Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL).
This is the 20th Annual Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk by the NBTF/NBTS. My late husband, Roger, proudly participated in this fundraiser for 10 years as a survivor. Our team, Team Jolly Rogers, continues on his behalf and in his memory.