It was a tremendous honor to run in memory of our 21 Brain Tumor Angels. In the toughest marathon I have ever ran, there was no quitting. I could not let you down.
Thank you for entrusting us with their memories!
Thanks for your support. We greatly appreciate your generous contribution to "Help by the Mile."
Your contributions will help further our mission to improve the quality of life for brain tumor patients and caregivers.
As a participant in the Marine Corps Marathon, our goal was to raise funds and awareness for those in the brain tumor community! Our numbers are small but our needs are great!
You truly are making the difference for us, and we are extremely grateful!
Thanks for all your support and encouragement. Let's continue to share our stories. We need others to see us! Every voice counts.
An avid runner before her brain tumor, Samaria continues to run after surgery and radiation, albeit at a slower pace. The tumor discovered on the area of the brain that controls her legs has created residual challenges, but she has not let that deter her.
As a participant in the 2019 Marine Corps Marathon (26.2 miles), she is combining her passion for running and brain tumor awareness to help support others.
We need your help! By pledging one or several dollars per mile, you will help with our mission to improve the quality of life for brain tumor patients and caregivers.
Pledges will be collected no later than one week following the completion of the marathon on October 27, 2019.
Pledge to Contribute Here
Your contributions are tax deductible.
For other runners registered for 2019 Marine Corp Marathon, if you are interested in helping raise funds for this important cause, contact us . A team shirt with the names of our "Brain Tumor Angels" will be provided. Runner must already have entry into the 2019 Marine Corp Marathon.
(We are working to be a MCM Charity Partner by next year.)
Thank you for your generous contribution. Your support will help fund our mission to improve quality of life for brain tumor patients and their caregivers.