Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Time to Fly Childrens Cancer Run/Walk

In the past my kids and I have participated in this program. My three girls; Jeta, Reva, and Vana have not personally been touched with knowing a child that has/had cancer, however my cousin Becky was unfortunated and was not a survivor of this disease when she was a kid. I really like to expose our children to different things in the world and become commpasionte towards others, since not everyone is created the same.

This year we have created a team under Lil' Tulip's and you are all welcome to join our team in the walk/run!They have a run/walk for kids and a run/walk for adults.  Jeta and Reva with Vana in the stroller will be doing the walk for kids. It's such a great run/walk for kids and they enjoy it too! In the past they have had activities for the kids as well.

If you can't make it down or would just like to donate, please follow the link below.

And by the way! Jeta is our team leader!! She's our oldest daugher that just turned 6! She LOVES to be in control!

We look forward to meeting some of you!

To donate online, visit our TEAM PAGE.

Time to Fly 2009

Dear Friends and Family,
I recently accepted the challenge to raise funds in support of Children's Cancer Research Fund and their fight against childhood cancer. Did you know that 1 in every 350 kids will be diagnosed with cancer before age 20 this year — that’s approximately 13,000 kids annually. 
To raise money for this cause, I have registered for the 8th annual Time to Fly, to be held on Saturday, June 26, 2010 at Harriet Island Regional Park in St. Paul. I will join more than 2,500 people who will walk or run in support of childhood cancer survivors and current patients, as well as honor those kids who have lost their courageous battles with the disease. Approximately 2,000 pediatric cancer patients will die this year in the U.S. and approximately 160,000 worldwide, which is why we still need help!
Please help support me in this important cause by contributing generously to Children's Cancer Research Fund. Your tax-deductible contribution will support research that is revolutionizing the way pediatric cancer is treated worldwide by funding programs at the Masonic Cancer Center at the University of Minnesota.
It is faster and easier than ever to support this great cause -- you can make your donation online by simply clicking on the link at the bottom of this message. If you would prefer, you can also send your tax-deductible contribution to the address listed below. More information on Children's Cancer Research Fund and its programs can be found at ChildrensCancer.org.
Whatever you can give will help -- it all adds up! I greatly appreciate your support and will keep you posted on my progress as I race against childhood cancer.

Jeta Jensen

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