Indiana is the land of generous architects who are enthusiastic supporters of Hopecam. Thanks to the "Architects for Hope," friends of Len, for supporting TS40! The Race for Hope now stands at $861,745 toward our goal of $1 million. At Greensburg, Len dedicates his ride to 6 year-old Cade of Georgetown, Kentucky. We are grateful to Angie for sharing her son's story:
"Cade was diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma of the spine in November 2016 at the age of 6. We were completely devastated when we got the news that Cade had cancer. Cade has a very intense treatment plan of 14 chemotherapy treatments and 31 radiation treatments.
His spirit through this battle has been so amazing. He is the strongest, and most amazing little boy. He refuses to give up. He had to be on homebound a short few months after starting kindergarten which was very hard for him. Cade loves school, and he loves and misses his friends.
Thankfully, we were connected with Hopecam which allowed Cade to see his friends and participate in class activities via Skype. This allows him to feel like he is still a part of the class even though he can't be there physically. Thank you so much Hopecam for making this journey a little easier!!!!"
Greensburg is a city in Decatur County, Indiana. It has a small population of around 11,000 residents and is known as the “Tree City.” The nickname “Tree City” comes from the tree that grows atop of the Courthouse Tower. Greensburg was established in 1822 and was named for the founder’s wife.