"LACE-UP" WE'RE COMING TO YOUR AREA …
NO MATTER WHERE YOU LIVE OR WHERE YOU WORK
Please join us in celebrating 14 years of Service; helping our neighbors, charitable organizations, important causes, veterans' groups and others in need by hosting a 14-mile Virtual Charity Walk
Registration: It’s easy … Simply log on to our Registration Site between July 3rd and August 16th, 2020. Just click on or “cut and paste” the following link into your Internet browser.
Guidelines: Participants can complete their 14 miles anywhere and at anytime … perhaps just a mile or two a day … on or before Sunday, August 16th, 2020. It’s on the honor system!
Donations: When registering please consider making a donation to one or both of our important and worthy charities – A Woman’s Place and/or the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
The only domestic violence community benefit organization in Bucks County, Pennsylvania … providing a full range of programs and services to individuals experiencing domestic abuse and their children.
Whose mission is to find treatments and cures for leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families, serve as the voice for all blood cancer patients and work to ensure access to treatments for them.
Krew was born in September 2017, a happy and healhty baby boy!
In February of 2018, Krew developed a series of grey spots on his body, so his parents took him to their pediatrician. Later that month, after being referred to a dermatologist, they received confirmation that their precious, 5-month-old son had Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML).
Since Krew's form of leukemia was very aggressive, it needed to be dealt with aggressively. Krew and his family endured 4 separate stays, accumulating to a total of 4 months, at Children's Hospital, living each day shrouded in uncertainty and worry as to what the future would bring for their child. Several months later, on July 25th, 2018, Krew and his family were finally able to leave the hospital – Krew was officially in remission.
Today, Krew and his family live every day to the fullest and have made making memories their highest priority. Krew, now a full-blown toddler, loves to explore the world around him with the energy and enthusiasm innate to a 2-year-old. Although their journey has been rough, Krew and his family are forever grateful for where they are today!
And Other Local Non-Profit Causes Supported by Our Rotary Club
During our Club’s fourteen-year history it has donated more than $240,000, made over $65,000 of in-kind contributions and provided in excess of 12,000 volunteer hours to a wide variety of worthy causes, veterans organizations and community service projects.
No Matter where you Live or where you Work …
It's time to Lace-up your Sneakers and get ready to Walk