For the last 2 years DaDas Dynamites has been participating in the fight against childrens cancer. Cancer has touched each one of our team members in some way. We walk not just for DaDa but for every one that has lost their battle against cancer and for every survivor and those that are still fighting. Walking is passionate for us cause we are honoring David DaDa SilcottJr. in our fight. Please help us to make a difference in someone life by helping us fight for the cure. DaDa had brain cancer a aggressive tumor in short by the name ATRT and though he has earned his wings we want to fight so no other child has to leave here to soon. 

We are raising money to help fight childhood cancer and fund breakthrough research and innovative care at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Join us – together we can make a difference!  

Why This Is So Important to Our Team: This is important to our team because we experienced this personally first hand and know all the ups and downs of children cancer. we want to help out in any way possible so that the only option once there is a diagnosis for cancer if there should be is a CURE.

Patients Need Us
Parents shouldn’t have to hear the words “your child has cancer,” but 1 in 285 children in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cancer by the time they are 20 years old.

Breakthroughs Are Upon Us  Every day, CHOP’s Cancer Center team is redefining what a cancer diagnosis means for a child. The center offers the most advanced therapies available anywhere in the world, including cutting-edge clinical trials that reprogram the body’s own immune system to fight cancer. CHOP’s Center for Childhood Cancer Research is one of the most distinguished research programs in the nation.

How You Can Help

Make an Immediate Impact Today.
100 percent of every donation to the Parkway Run & Walk will help CHOP make important breakthroughs in understanding the causes of childhood cancer, developing new treatments that will improve outcomes for children, and one day may lead to a cure for childhood cancer.

Thank you for your support!

 

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