My son Brayden was diagnosed with glioblastoma, a grade 4 brain cancer, in May 2011. Before this time I had no idea the struggle that children with cancer face. No parent should ever be told that their child has 12 to 24 months to live or that there are no effective treatments for his type of cancer and that they are only using the standard treatments because they have nothing else. No parent should have to give their child medication that causes long term damage to their bodies just to extend their life by months. After hearing all of this and then discovering that there have been no new cancer treatments for childhood cancer since the 80's and hearing about the small amount of funds allocated to research for childhood cancer I knew I had to act. My goal is to raise money and awareness for those who can not do it for themselves.