Make a statement against cancer and support the Isabella Santos Foundation (and don’t forget to register for the ISF 5k or 10k)
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month, and you’ve probably seen those super-cute “Cancer Messed With” shirts popping up all over town. Those are the brainchild of the amazing people at the Isabella Santos Foundation (ISF), one of our favorite nonprofits. Erin Santos, Isabella’s mom, and her team launched the “Cancer Messed With…” apparel line to allow people to show support for someone they know fighting cancer. The best part about this online shopping purchase? It supports pediatric cancer research AND shows your support for every single child, mom, dad, sibling, and family going through a cancer diagnosis.
For every shirt purchased, “Cancer Messed With” will donate a portion of the proceeds to pediatric cancer research through ISF. ISF supports leading childhood cancer hospital and organizations across the US, and their recently-announced 1 million dollar investment with Levine Children’s Hospital to build a new innovate MIBG treatment room for kids with Neuroblastoma makes us so, so proud. The project will help fund this room for local Charlotte children and is scheduled to be complete in 2018.
Know that when you’re buying one of these cute tanks, t-shirts, or hats, that you are doing a really good thing for many families in our community AND showing your support. Happy shopping, Smarties!
Register now for the ISF 5k & 10k for Kids Cancer
Another great way to show your support in the fight against childhood cancer is to sign up for the ISF 5k & 10k for Kids Cancer. This is seriously, hands-down the BEST race in the town all year long. It’s really not even just a race – it’s a PAR-TAY complete with an incredible kids’ zone, silent auction, and more. Even if you’ve never run more than a few hundred feet, lace on those running shoes and meet us in Ballantyne to show your support. Click here to register.
ISF 5k & 10k for Kids Cancer
September 30, 2017
Ballantyne Corporate Park
8 am race start