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PLEASE JOIN US IN MAKING A DIFFERENCE in the lives of children with serious illnesses by becoming a sponsor of the 5TH ANNUAL RUN, WALK N ROLL 5K. On Saturday, June 17th at Grosse Pointe South High School, we will come together again to show our collective support for the Palliative Care Program at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. We will continue to provide a COVID-safe hybrid event including in-person and virtual options, enabling those from near and far to participate.
With the support of friends and family like you, we made a huge difference in the lives of children with serious illnesses by raising over $197,500 in 2022! Together, we are hoping to surpass that in 2023.
Please see the "Become a Sponsor" page to view our family and corporate sponsor benefit packages, along with the mission of RWR5K for those who are new to our cause. All net proceeds will support Elizabeth’s Courage Fund for palliative care services at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and may be placed in an endowment. Given the continued growth and success of our now global event, we have included Volunteer opportunities in hopes you will also consider donating your time, energy and talent to the preparations of this event.
Thank you in advance for partnering not only with our family, but with the amazing families at Mott fighting difficult battles. We are grateful for your love and support!
The Sheeren Family
The Run Walk n Roll Executive Committee:
Claire and Julie Sheeren, Jill Bommarito, Kathy Brennan, Melissa Connell Macfarlane, Betsy Enders, Tricia Groustra, Liz Homsy, Stacey Jeup-Bilderbeck, Maureen Krasner, Anne Vanker, and Shari Warezak