Cruising For A Cure Little Chad Grosch 8 Yrs Old.

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Cruising For A Cure Little Chad Grosch 8 Yrs Old. says
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To make a donation or become a sponsor please check out our sponsorship form!

For a $1 per chance to win a Super Bowl football signed by Drew Bree's, in a custom case with a certificate of authenticity! attached is the ticket please contact me if you would like to purchase any of these, all would like to volunteer to sell any of these for us!!

We appreciate you guys, because without that, it’s just about impossible to accomplish our goal. EVERY SINGLE PERSON MAKES A DIFFERENCE.

YOUR generous donations of any kind - you can bet this will be an event that will make a difference in little Chad's FIGHT to WIN!

Chad was diagnosed on December 19, 2014 at eight years old with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. All donations will go to the Grosch family. Your donations, prayers and your support no matter how small will help Chad overcome this battle.

Please come out and show your support! We will have a 50/50 raffle, DJ, much more to be added to this list shortly....we are still in the planning process. But we are asking for any donations to help this event. If you own a business and would like to donate a certificate, if you can donate your time to help and anyway even if you think it's small it will help tremendously and would be greatly appreciated.

This is Chads Story!
Chad is 8 yrs old and a resident of Luling, Louisiana. He is in the third grade and played baseball for the St. Charles Parish All-Stars. Chad had strep throat three times and a two month period, which led doctors to believe he was a carrier for strep. After multiple doctors appointments, antibiotics, and shots, Chad started to develop some bruising, petechia, and a few other concerning symptoms. His mom made another appointment and after school on Friday, December 19, 2014, Chad went to get blood work. Later that night his pediatrician call and ask them to get to children's hospital in New Orleans right away. Once they arrive, Chad was diagnosed with leukemia and was admitted into pediatric ICU. The following day it was confirmed that his diagnosis was Acute Myeloid Leukemia. By Monday, Chad had gotten a port in his chest and started his chemo treatments. As of now, his treatment plan is expected to last nine months, most of which will be spent at Children's Hospital.
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