Time to Fly 2017

Super Nolan

It's Time to Fly! 

 

Thanks for coming out! 

By now many of you are familiar with Nolan's story. Over the course of 10 months between 2013-14, Nolan fought and beat a tumor/cancer called rhabdomyosarcoma. He has been in remission for three years now, and we are ready to once again support a great cause that is helping our kids.

For his full background, please head out to our CaringBridge page: www.caringbridge.org/visit/NolanL 

The reason we have rallied behind this organization so much is that they have a couple areas of focus that are very close to us. One of the research focus areas is sarcomas, which Nolan battled. Even more importantly, the CCRF has a strong program dedicated to survivorship research. Nolan may have beaten his tumor, but his life and long term health will forever be affected. This leading edge research is happening here in Minnesota and is funded in part by the CCRF. The work they are doing may have a direct impact on Nolan's life and future.

 http://www.childrenscancer.org/main/survivorship_research/

This will be our third year as team Super Nolan and we would love to get another big team so please sign up and share with friends and family. 

Thanks for joining us! The Luthers

 

 

 

 

 

Everyschool day, 46 kids are diagnosed with cancer. That’s more than the size of two classrooms.  We think one child diagnosed with cancer is one child too many.

That’s why we’re joining the race against childhood cancer by participating in Time to Fly at Phalen Park in St. Paul, Minnesota this June. We want to help raise money to invest in leading-edge research, create better treatments and therapies and ultimately, a find cure for childhood cancer.

And you can help us by donating today or joining us on race day.

 

Your impact

Just within the past few years, funds from Children's Cancer Research Fund have helped researchers make progress toward:

·    **Creating new drugs to treat graft-versus-host disease after a bone marrow transplant. Graft-versus-host disease is the leading cause of death in transplant patients.

·    **Understanding the genetic risks of Hodgkin lymphoma to improve treatment and the long term side-effects that affect these patients.

**Improving leukemia treatment through new therapies. Leukemia is the most common form of childhood cancer.

...And much more

 

Whatever you can give truly helps create a cancer free tomorrow for our children. Thank you for your support!

To learn more, please visit ChildrensCancer.org.  

 

Super Nolan Raised
Nolan Luther $1,050.00
James Anderson $0.00
Rachel Anderson $0.00
Aaron Brown $0.00
Owen Brown $0.00
Mesa Denny $10.00
Tony Denny $10.00
Emmett Luther $0.00
Joe Luther $50.00
Kevin Luther $0.00
Tara Luther $0.00
Thomas Luther $0.00
Natalie Sell $0.00
Nik Sell $0.00
John Wurm $40.00
Denotes a Team Captain

raise. walk. cure. Saturday September 9, Phalen Park