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I wanted to give everyone a reminder about a great opportunity to help raise funds for a worthy organization. If you’re in Evansville, come out and join the fun. If you’re not local, you can help from wherever you are located because CureSearch is a national organization!
Evansville area friends, please check out the following link! This fundraiser on August 6th at Wesselman Park is in honor of a friend/classmate’s daughter Sydney.
Sydney was diagnosed in 2014, at the age of four, with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. She has been undergoing treatment and has proven to be a rockstar! She is currently serving as the ambassador for her local chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The goal of this specific Sydney’s Surfers CureSearch event is to raise $10,000 to assist in the continued research to prevent and treat childhood cancer.
There will be games and activities for the entire family. You can purchase a wrist band or choose to pay per game.
Many of us, too many of us, have been impacted by pediatric cancer. According to the CureSearch data, 43 kids are diagnosed each day. Come out and help Sydney’s Surfers as they work to raise their $10,000 for research to end this awful diagnosis.