Fundraiser for Patch
Saturday August 15th, 11am – 9pm a Fundraiser for Patch.
Bend community, this little boy is only 22 months old and needs your help. He has recently been diagnosed with a rare cancer called neuroblastoma and has just finished his first round of chemo. We are raising money to help this family with the long journey that is ahead. More INFO HERE.
11am – We will be tapping a keg of Silver Moon’s F* Cancer IPA.
All proceeds will go to the Hailey family. So come and drink up!
11am-8pm Raffle tickets will be sold all day for some pretty great prizes donated by business in the community. Details to come on the goods. You do NOT have to be present to win.
6pm-8pm Live Music by The Bluegrass Collective
8pm Winners announced (but you need not be present to win)
We hope to see you all. This sweet boy is part of our River’s Place pack and any little bit helps. Even just coming out and having a
F* Cancer IPA will help Patch.
Link to the Go Fund Me account set up for the family:
On the evening of July 27, 2020, Ray and Amber Hailey’s 22 month old son, Patch, was airlifted from Bend, Oregon to OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland. The doctor’s immediately went to work trying to identify the cause of some concerning lab results. They ran a CT scan and found the presence of some tumors in his stomach and in other areas of his body. After a series of labs and tests, the doctors confirmed the presence of a rare cancer called neuroblastoma, which has metastasized and is pressing on his kidneys, heart, lungs, and possibly beyond.
The lives of Patch, Amber, and Ray have been turned upside down during this whirlwind of events. They will be hit hard with the emotional and financial burdens of this situation. They have been told by doctors that their initial stay at the children’s hospital will be at least 3-5 weeks, and to plan to be close by after that. Their home in Bend, Oregon is about a 3 hour drive, and it will be impossible for either of them to continue working for the foreseeable future.
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