Mad Hatter Tea Party Raises 23K!

We had a couple “firsts” for the Cure 4 The Kids Foundation’s Mad Hatter Tea Party this year!

It was held outdoors and was attended by more than 200 guests – making it our largest tea party ever! Most importantly, the event was a benefit for the StoryBook Homes Long-Term Follow-Up (LTFU) Clinic for childhood cancer survivors. Funds raised at our event will go directly in support of the LTFU clinic.

Also this year, we invited Kirstie Ennis to speak.  She is a force of nature that offered a great perspective to cancer survivors who face their own set of challenges.

Thanks to all who attended, volunteered, and otherwise lent their support!

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