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Go Gold in September for Childhood Cancer Awareness | Jack Morton

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Jack Morton was diagnosed with Stage IV Neuroblastoma in March of 2010 when he was 4 years old. Jack went through a very intense protocol for 14 months and during this time he became the driving force behind his family and all that they do. Jack battled cancer with strength and determination and never gave up. Jack has taught everyone around him to stay positive and to believe that if we want it bad enough, we can make it happen. We are happy to report that Jack is healthy and is helping to spread awareness through his foundation, The Jack Morton Foundation.

Jack Morton
We know what little funding there is for childhood cancer as a whole and we want to make people aware of how much these little fighters need us. We can make a difference…all you have to do is stand up together and DO something. We will continue to fight for Jack, the kids who are battling cancer now, who have lost their lives way too early, and for the kiddos who will be diagnosed today.

Join us in spreading awareness for this awful disease and help us fund and support Neuroblastoma research and Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

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This post is sponsored by:

bike-land-150x150The Brett Saks Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, hopes  to make our Arizona communities safer for bicyclists by teaching adults and children about road safety and mutual respect between drivers and cyclists in fun and engaging ways. We are “Shifting Gears to Saves Lives,” as more than 600 cyclists are lost each year to car-bike accidents. Learn more at gearupaz.org.

 

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