EVENT: Bubble Palooza For CHOP!
EVENT DATE: Jun 25, 2016
BUBBLE PALOOZA: A CELEBRATION OF LIFE, LOVE & BUBBLES!
DATE: June 25th, 2016
TIME: 10:00 A.M.
LOCATION: Middlesex County Fairgrounds, 655 Cranbury Rd, East Brunswick, NJ, 08816
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COST: Fundraise/ donate minimum $50/ticket
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A LETTER FROM NANCY
The kids and parents we see on a daily basis often have such long and difficult days. Don't we? How about we all take a day off together- and just celebrate life! Please support our team in the Bubble Palooza for the Children's Hopsital of Philadelphia in one of the craziest bubble fests on the planet. Let's join hands under a rainbow of gratitude celebrating our journey, our triumph and how far we have all come together!
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THE CAUSE THAT YOU WILL SUPPORT
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, the oldest hospital in the United States dedicated exclusively to pediatrics, strives to be the world's leader in the advancement of healthcare for children. Their physician-researchers are committed to finding cures for chronic and fatal pediatric illnesses. Therapies for children are often customized based on genetic makeup by drawing on the latest available information on the human genome and collaborating with other leader in the field. Oncologists are working on therapeutic vaccines for children that teach patients' healthy cells to recognize and fight cancer. Other researchers are investigating prenatal stem-cell transplants to improve treatments for a variety of diseases including muscular dystrophy, leukemia and sickle cell disease. CHOP's strives in the timely recognition and treatment of rare diseases-such as aHUs, port-wine diseae, and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome amongst thousands of others.
For more informaion about the Children's Hospital and its research please visit: http://www.chop.edu/about-us/our-mission