It is that time again, but it sure feels different this year! There is a lot going on around us and around the world and it seems that every day presents a new obstacle.
For the Walk for Amazing, that means how to fundraise and gather during a time when gathering is just not possible.
So we're going virtual this year! Even during a pandemic, many are facing challenges every day at Children's. Kids, parents, families and medical staff alike. The best way we can show support is to continue to fundraise for this special organization.
For those that may be new to my fundraising efforts, I was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect in 1987. At 5 months old I had open heart surgery to repair it and remained a patient at Children's until 2010.
I believe that it is because of the wonderful staff and the care I received while at Children's that this part of my story is so short. Our support means they can continue to do amazing things for many others, not only today, but for years to come!