New York Brain Tumor Walk

Will's Tiny Tumorless Brain

Most of you are more than familiar with my journey, but for those of you who are not, I have spent the last 4 years battling brain cancer, with the first of those years fighting through brain surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy.

After another amazing year of clean scans and wonderful memories, it's a privilege to ask all of you to again support me in our efforts to improve the outcomes of people fighting brain tumors...this time with identical twin girls, Jolene & Riley at my side. Most people who are diagnosed with this horrible disease are not as fortunate as I have been, so I feel an obligation to raise money to help find better treatments and maybe one day, a cure.

Please remember that every dollar counts and that this area of cancer research is dramatically underfunded. I was absolutely overwhelmed by the generosity all of you showed to me and my family last year. I was honored as the top individual fundraiser for the event two years in a row and I have all of you to thank. What do you say you we make it a three peat!?

Thank you as always for lending your hand, your love and your friendship.

While we won't be gathering in person this year, I have the privilege of delivering a 'survivor testimonial' virtually. If you are interested in learning more about my story & hearing me share some music, please click "Join Will's Team" to the right of this page. Even if you cannot join us for the virtual event, we appreciate any and all donations...and I'll happily sing for you anytime.

I would not be here today without the immense love and support all of you have already shared with me. Thank you for being a partner in my fight.

Will

 

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National Brain Tumor Society is fiercely committed to finding a cure for brain tumors. They are aggressively driving strategic research and advocating for public policies that meet the critical needs of the brain tumor community. Your support ensures this important work will continue.

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