Sponsor a Young Adult Survivor to Play @ the Bowl-a-Thon - Donate $30 now!
How does your donation help CBTF? Here are some ways CBTF puts your donation to work:
$35 to print 10 Resource Guides – critical tool for parents of newly diagnosed children
$100 underwrites one Teen Talk for survivors of brain tumors
$350 sends a family to our Big Apple Circus day
$725 underwrites a day of services to our families
$1,200 sends a family to a four-day camp where everyone can have fun and find support
$5,000 is a critical gift toward our research for causes and prevention of brain and spinal cord tumors
$20,000 sends 40 teens and 9 mentors to Teen Survivor Camp
Help Support your fellow YPG members who are fundraising for the Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation's 4th Annual YPG Bowl-a-thon by donating $30 to sponsor a young adult brain tumor survivor to play on a team.
Tickets to play at the Bowl-a-Thon are $30 each, but we want to allow a survivor to join their own team.
If you cannot make it to the event, but still want to help out, consider sponsoring a survivor by donating $30 here!
In recent years, YPG has raised over $80,000 through events like the Bowl-a-Thon that supported sending survivors to the Young Adult Heads Up Conference (HUC) at Camp Mak-a-Dream. This year, on May 3rd 2012, we will be holding our 4th Annual Bowl-a-Thon. For more details on the event, please check out our Facebook Page. If you are interested in participating in the fundraiser please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any donation amount, even $5, will get us closer to our target and help use sponsor 20 survivors.
• 11 families across America will learn that their child has a brain or spinal cord tumor
• A mother will grieve that her instincts about her child’s health were right.
• A father will allow himself to cry, but only alone in the shower.
• 3 families across America will mourn the loss of their child to a brain or spinal cord tumor
• Friends, family and community will try to make sense of an untimely death and the unfulfilled promise of a life.
• 6 families across America will transition to survivorship.
• A mother will be too exhausted from providing constant care to her child to simply write checks to pay bills.
• A father will again adapt his day, family and life to a new definition of normal, unlike any he had previously envisioned.
• A survivor on the brink of adulthood will wonder if he’ll ever date, marry or have a family.
Today, Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation will be there with insight, support, respite and hope.
Today, we invite you to join us!
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