We are so excited to romp through the vineyard and the property of THV as we STOMP OUT CANCER! This will be a race like no other for all to participate!
Join us as we partner with Isabella Santos Foundation for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month! This race will be for all! Those who know someone effected by not just pediatric cancer but any type of cancer!
Bailey’s Trail Run is approximately a 2.5 mile run. We will journey around the property, venture past the treehouses, through the vines, and down the streets of the neighborhood as we “stomp our cancer”! The entry fee is $20.00. All proceeds from the race will be donated to the Isabella Santos Foundation. Here is a little info on ISF:
For almost five years, Isabella defied the odds. In 2007, Isabella was diagnosed with a rare form of childhood cancer called Neuroblastoma. Neuroblastoma is a rare and deadly cancer that affects approximately 750 children a year. The survival rate for children diagnosed with high risk Neuroblastoma is less than 40% and less than 5% once the child has relapsed. However, countless doctors called Isabella a miracle. Relapse after relapse, she kept fighting…and kept beating it. Unfortunately, in June 2012, her parents were told the cancer had returned and this time, it would be relentless. Isabella’s fight ended on June 28th, 2012.
Carry the torch on…we will continue to fight Isabella’s fight in her honor and for all children who are fighting Neuroblastoma. In 2009, the Isabella Santos Foundation (ISF) was established through Isabella’s parents to raise awareness and research funds for Neuroblastoma, and received it’s 501(c)(3) status in 2010. At the time, Isabella’s parents were in hopes that ISF could help fund research projects potentially to save Isabella’s life. Although Isabella is no longer with us, we hope another child can be saved and will continue to raise money and awareness for the awful disease that stole her life. Over the last six years ISF has donated over $1,500,000 for Neuroblastoma research and other children’s cancer charities. ISF has pledged to donate $1million dollars to the Levine Children’s center to aid them in having the resources to care for these children so they and their families do not have to travel to find the adequate care.
Visit their website for more information and to learn how to get involved! https://www.isabellasantosfoundation.org/