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FAMILIES AND FRIENDS RACING TO FIND A CURE.

Running 13.1 for Hazel!
" A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" -Lao-Tzu

"We gain strength, and courage, and confidence by each experience in which we really stop to look fear in the face... we must do that which we think we cannot." -Ellenor Roosvelt


A BIG Thank You to everyone who donated money last year when I ran a half marathon to raise funds for the A-T Children's project. I am very excited to anounce that I will be running the same race (the More/Fitness Magazine's half-marathon) again on Sunday, April 14, 2013 in honor of my friend Claudia's niece, Hazel and other children like her affected by A-T. Last year we raised 1,000 dollars which was AMAZING. I really hope to match that amount or surpass it this year with everyones help.

Those who know Hazel know that she is a sweet, inquisitive, energetic and loving five year old. She's silly, funny, loves animals, bugs, dirt, books, princesses, dancing, and sweets! Her imagination is out of this world and that, along with her creativity, has led her on many exciting "adventures."

Her parents, family, and friends have been commited to raising money to find a cure for A-T, not only for Hazel but for all families who face the many challenges of A-T.

I hope that by taking this small step I can help raise much needed funds as well as public awarenes about A-T.

The more I learned about A-T, and read the inspirational and empowering stories of children, young adults, and families living with the daily adversities of A-T and continuing to live fully enriching lives in spite of everything, the more inspired I became to do something to help.

My goal is to raise as much money as possible for the A-T Children's project. Thank you for visiting my page and for your donations!

WHAT IS A-T?

Imagine a disease that combines the worst symptoms of muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis, immune deficiencies, and cancer. Children with A-T are usually confined to wheelchairs by age 10 and often do not survive their teens. Because A-T is a multi-system disease, scientists believe that A-T research will help more prevalent diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, AIDS, and cancer.

 
 
My Sponsors
NameDateComments
DO NOT POST - Use 500000 A. 7/8/2013
Byron O. 7/8/2013
Nan S. 7/8/2013
Joanne L. 7/8/2013
Michael R. 3/22/2013
Stacey H. 3/21/2013
 
 
Comment Board
DateMessageAuthor
4/15/2012Nicky we are so proud of you!!!!!Nick, Theodora and Lucas Eleftheriadis
4/1/2012YOU CAN DO IT!CLAUDIA AND MIKE
3/8/2012Go Nicky Go!!!! We are behind you 100 % :)Claudia Diamond
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Goal:$1,000.00
Raised:$240.00

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