Lesley Oslica via Crowdrise
February 14, 2012
BENEFITING: Children's Tumor Foundation
ORGANIZER: Children's Tumor Foundation
EVENT: Little Rock Marathon 2012
EVENT DATE: Mar 03, 2012
HOURS PLEDGED: 1,000
Mileage Tracker: 10,000
Have 100 runners/walkers join the NF Endurance Team of the Children's Tumor Foundation at the 2012 Little Rock Marathon and raise enough to fund an NF Research project. See more about team at www.ctfarkansas.org
Project cost: $20,000. These projects aren't just funding NF Research, but also working to unlock the key to many other tumor disorders.
Click the big orange DONATE button or go one step further and click the JOIN THE TEAM button. You'll get your own fundraising page to share with all your amazing friends and family.
Personal perspective: Why I ruNFor a reason: I was drawn to the NF Endurance Team because of the awesome people I met who had a common goal to CURE neurofibromatosis (NF) and to run for a reason greater than themselves. I run for my daughter Katie and our new family of NF Heroes. Please consider a $29 donation (by January 15) to help the Oslica’s reach our goal of $10,000 to fund half an NF Research project (NF Research projects start at $20,000…the rest of the LR Team are going to raise the other half!) Best part! – you will be entered to win an Ipad 2!
And if you are a runner/walker, we hope you will join us on the team at LRM? You will love being a part of the team…not to mention the best burgers after a marathon you will ever have (free burgers and beverages to anyone wearing an NF Singlet). Volunteers and Cheer support also wanted! (wear your NF volunteer shirt and join us in the NF Team Finisher’s Tent.
Let's start a neon-nation at the LRM! (more info about the team)
The Children's Tumor Foundation is dedicated to improving the health and well being of individuals and families affected by the neurofibromatoses (NF). The mission of the Children's Tumor Foundation is to encourage and support research and the development of treatments and cures for NF, support person with NF, their families and caregivers, assist in the development of clinical centers, best practices, and other patient support mechanisms to create better access to quality healthcare for affected individuals, and expand public awareness of NF.
Thank you for your support!