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Cure Charlotte is building on the goals we set last year and expanding our running challenge to include more mileage and increase fundraising! We are again working on a huge fundraising event with the majority of our donations being raised on a per mile sponsorship of Charlotte's father. You can pledge whatever you can afford per mile for the season or make a one time donation. Please contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in pledging per mile or number of miles. Throughout the donation period the miles will be racking up with a goal of over 400 miles by September. To keep things challenging and limit the time away from the very special ladies the running time will be limited but we will be update our website throughout the challenge. For more information or to challenge our runner click here.
On this website, you will find Our Blog. Dedicated to Charlotte Rufener, this blog was started when her mother, Kristi, was pregnant with her and is still being written in today. Included in the blog is Charlotte’s diagnosis and treatment, as well as how the family is coping with how their life has changed.
Be sure to check out the Features section to see some of the great news stories and articles featuring Charlotte and her battle.
Did you know that only 1.85% of the American Cancer Society’s research money goes toward all 12 types of pediatric cancer? (*July 2005, Research Department, American Cancer Society, Inc.)
The Donate page is where you can go to make a donation to some very deserving organizations, including Capital Candlelighters and Alex’s Lemonade Stand just to name a few. These organizations are non-profit organizations that have raise money to help newly diagnosed families or to fund childhood cancer research.
Your donation is highly appreciated - Thank You!
The Contact Us page has both Kevin and Kristi’s direct contact information. If there is something you would like to see us feature on our website, or if you have or know a child with Neuroblastoma (or any type of cancer or illness) and would just like to have someone to talk to, please feel free to get a hold of us here. You will never receive an automatic response from a computer, however please give us at least twenty four hours to respond to your email.
And lastly, the Resources page provides you with direct links to reliable website's where you can find more information about Neuroblastoma, and support groups in your area. There is also a list of hospitals and doctors that specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of this type of cancer in the event that you would ever need to utilize it.
Some Facts About Neuroblastoma
*Neuroblastoma is the most common cancer in infants with an incidence rate of almost double that of leukemia,yet most have never heard of it.