Brayden Coffin

Team Captain Superheroes of Hope 2018 Daisy Days 31-Day Challenge

Dear Family and Friends,

We started Superheroes of Hope in 2017, shortly after learning our son Brayden had been diagnosed with Pediatric Melanoma. Brayden conquered 3 surgeries over a period of 4 months at which point it was declared that he has no evidence of disease. 

While Brayden is considered disease free, we still make regular follow up visits to CHOP. We are grateful for their expertise and view them as an expert in diagnosing and treating pediatric melanoma. In support of CHOP Brayden is participating in Children's Hospital of Philadelphia’s Daisy Day 31-Day Challenge! Brayden has pledged to [walk, jog, run] for 31 days to support cutting-edge research and care at CHOP!

Why I Participate
The time for breakthroughs is now. CHOP is on the cusp of life-changing discoveries for children. They are transforming the well-being of children and creating healthier communities throughout Philadelphia and across the world. I am raising money because I want to help make today’s innovative ideas, tomorrow’s realities. 

How You Can Help
Consider supporting me by making a tax-deductible donation as I take on the 100 mile Challenge to raise money for The Cancer Center at CHOP. 

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