Running for Craig -- In Memory of Kathy Joyce
Kathy Joyce, one of the most courageous mothers, amazing grammas, and inspirational friends any of us have known, would have turned 65 this June earning a well-deserved retirement. To celebrate Kathy's life, spirit and accomplishments, this October I, her proud son, will be running in the United States Marine Corps Marathon (the People's Marathon) in Washington, DC and have committed to raising $7,500 for Craig Hospital in Denver Colorado. Craig Hospital is one of the premier institutions in the world that provides physical rehabilitation and conducts critical research for people like Kathy Joyce (1953-2017) that have sustained spinal cord injuries (SCI). The advances and positive impact that Craig Hospital makes on a daily basis help those affected live more independent lives and bring the world a step closer to a cure for paralysis from spinal cord injuries.
Craig Hospital is also a very special organization to the Joyce extended family because Kathy's niece, Meghan Joyce, is one of the dedicated physical therapists providing these invaluable services to individuals with SCI. Meghan has worked at Craig since 2010 and runs the NeuroRecovery Network program providing intensive outpatient rehabilitation to patients with spinal cord injuries.
Please help me keep Kathy Joyce's spirit alive and in the process help fulfill Craig Hospital's mission to those suffering from spinal cord injuries by offering your financial support. All of the money I raise with your help will go to funding critical SCI research and every tax-deductible donation matters, no matter the amount. Thank you for your support and encouragement.
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