Hope & Heroes Annual Walk

Team Zoey

Last year Ms Zoey was on a wheelchair and wasn’t able to walk due to recently having surgery to remove the tumor on the back of her thigh, she has pulled through and pushed herself to learning how to walk again, this year is our second year and we want to make it extra special because now Ms Zoey will be walking 🤗🥰 and we cannot wait to make this a new milestone. With your help and support we can make it more memorable, we need all of your support and cheers to make it to the finish line as well.

Come and join Team Zoey! 

We are thrilled to be a part of the 10th Annual Hope & Heroes Walk on Sunday, May 19th, 2019, at Pier 62/63 to support children with cancer and blood disorders and their families.

Hope & Heroes funds the life-saving work on childhood cancer and blood disorders at Columbia University Irving Medical Center – including cutting-edge research, support for families, and care that always puts children first. Columbia is home to the largest and most comprehensive pediatric oncology & blood disorder programs in the country, treating over 1,500 patients a year with high-quality, compassionate care. Funding from Hope & Heroes underwrites over 40% of the Division’s budget including the newest & most advanced treatments, innovative research, comprehensive wellness for patients & survivors, and ensures that every child, regardless of their ability to pay, gets the very best care.  

Over the last 10 years, the Hope & Heroes Walk has raised over $2.5 Million dollars to dramatically affect the lives of pediatric cancer & blood disorder patients and has shared the importance of this cause with thousands of people. With your help, we can ensure that every patient receives excellent care and that they, along with their family, feel supported from the day of diagnosis, throughout treatment, and beyond. 

Donate today and be a part of making a difference. Consider joining our team and walking with us! The Walk is an inspiring & fun day with incredible energy that brings together patients, survivors, families, friends, doctors, nurses, co-workers, and neighbors -  it’s truly not to be missed.

Thank you again. Together we will help children today and save lives tomorrow.

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