Thank you to everyone that came out for the 2nd annual Noah’s Crown Town 5K! It may have been wet…it may have been chilly…but just like our childhood cancer fighters face the storms of treatments and procedures, Noah’s Bandage Project supporters have proved they are not “fair weather fans”!
The online auction is now OPEN for bids on the two autographed Royals portraits created by Mike Debus. There is one painting of Eric Hosmer and another of Danny Duffy. Go to https://www.32auctions.com/noahscrowntown5k2017 now to bring home a ‘one of a kind’ painting while supporting Noah’s Bandage Project’s fight against childhood cancer.
Danny Duffy of the Kansas City Royals is partnering with Noah's Bandage Project to help Strikeout Childhood Cancer! He is pledging $500 for every strikeout he delivers during the 2017 season. Danny invites you to join his pledge campaign with whatever amount you can do. No amount is too small! Will you join Danny and help us Strikeout Childhood Cancer? Join the pledge HERE!
BMA Dancing with the Stars!
No doubt you've heard of the national television show Dancing with the Stars? Now is your chance to help support the local chapter and support NBP all at the same time! Jake Jacobson, Director of Public Relations at Children's Mercy Hospital, is dancing on the behalf of Noah's Bandage Project at the BMA Foundation's Dancing with the Stars event on June 10th. Your votes help raise money for kids fighting cancer. Learn more about Jake & his efforts and vote for him in this epic competition here!
Through your generous contributions, Noah's Bandage Project delivered it's first research grant of $100k to Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City in Aug of 2016!! This grant is funding the incredible work of Dr. Glen Samuel, who is conducting research in Ewing Sarcoma (the type of cancer Noah had), specifically looking at biomarkers in the blood that come from the tumor, and identifying patterns that will help identify the progression or regression of the tumor itself. Once successful, this will help reduce the need for ongoing scans, exposing children to harmful radiation impacts, while helping Dr's more closely follow the success of ongoing treatment much faster! This is going to save lives! Thank you for your support!! NBP will be awarding our 2nd grant in 2017. More details to come!
Noah's vision was to make the lives of kids like him better as they endure the trials and pains associated with the normal course of treatments. Please know that the donations of funds and bandages will continue to be used toward accomplishing his vision.
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