Today would have been the 5th Annual Color Out Color Run for us. Instead we’re all at our respective homes practicing social distancing and keeping each other safe. As we have all seen in the past months, our world can change very quickly.
Now, imagine getting a cancer diagnosis. It may not affect the whole world like this pandemic has, but it certainly changes the individual’s and their loved ones’ world. All of have been a family member or friend to someone who has gone through this diagnosis. Especially now, in a time where our world has turned upside-down, we can appreciate even more the hardship that cancer patients undergo.
In times like these, we want to appreciate those who have been serving our community even before this pandemic. The people like you all, who have supported us since our founding six years ago. The people that work effortlessly at the Hillman Cancer Center. And the people at Little Tikes, who have been involved in efforts and donations to numerous healthcare focused nonprofits since 1979.
We are so very grateful for you and are glad the world has people like you during this time and always.