Celebrating Perseverance
Cerebral Palsy is a challenging brain disorder with often widespread effects and tremendous impact on children and their families. At the same time, CP kids are typically joyful, giving, and inspirational in their persistence against all odds.

As parents of Jason, a wonderful 16-year old with CP, we've learned to embrace the positive aura kids like him bring to whatever they pursue, and to partner with those dedicated spirits who seek to make the lives of CP kids fuller and more meaningful.

For 2015, Jason's dad Pete has decided to help children with cerebral palsy and their families by running the Superior 100, an extreme trail race through technically challenging terrain in northern Minnesota. Visit our blog at celebratingperseverance.org that tells the story of our family, his training, and the heroic doctors and staff at the Cincinnati Children's.

Please join our family in our quest by sponsoring us during this challenge of a lifetime. Your support goes to entirely to fund programs for the CP clinic at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, the nation's leading organization for pediatric research, with a goal of finding better answers and improving lives of these remarkable kids. Join our community today!

Thank you! Together, we will make a difference!
THANK YOU for helping us Celebrate Perseverance



8/11/2015For more info, look for "Celebrating Perseverance" on Facebook or celebratingperseverance.orgLori
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