Event 1918 Northwest Elementary School

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Event Date
Mar 16, 2012
Start Time
1:00 pm
Location
Northwest Elementary School
3630 W. 92nd Street
Evergreen Park, IL US
Event Contact
Karen Westphal
$19,412 raised
$10,000 goal

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Northwest is proud to be part of the St. Baldrick’s Event and FOX Schools Challenge for the 4th year. Our hard work and efforts, along with your support, have helped raise over $64,000 to fight childhood cancer.
This year we are honoring 9 year old Emily from Chicago, Il. She was diagnosed with Stage III Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in April 2011. She fights every day to enjoy the simple pleasures of being a child. She would love to hear there is a cure for cancer. Let’s come together to help find a cure and make that dream a reality! Please take a minute to read her story. It is amazing.
Northwest staff, students and parents, along with their friends and families will shave, volunteer and raise funds because we know that “together we CAN make a difference.”
We invite other Evergreen Park Schools to join us as we shave for a cure!
Thank you for your support!
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Kids Honored

Emily B.
  • Age 11
  • Chicago, IL US
  • Non-Hodgkin lymphoma
  • In treatment

Donor List

  • $100 - $249

    Northwest Elementary School

  • $1 - $99

    Evergreen Park Northwest School PTA

  • Fawn Areddia

  • Scott McQuillan

  • Mrs. Cindy J. Prah In Memory Of Mr. Gary Mekuly

  • Mr. Stanton

  • Ms. Topa

  • Robert Torrisi

  • Mrs. Helen T Whittingham

Funding lifesaving childhood cancer research has never been more important. Make a donation & save lives.

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