November 16, 2012
In July 2005 our neighborhood of Decatur, Georgia lost one of our beloved children to pediatric brain cancer. Ian was a bright, vigorous, athletic 15-year old with a passion for skateboarding. After his death, friends and neighbors came together to raise money for the devastated family through a neighborhood festival called SkaterAid. The money we raised that year meant a lot, but the real power of the event was the healing it brought to Ian's family and friends. This year we celebrated our 8th SkaterAid. We continue to donate every dollar to the Brain Tumor Foundation for Children, who uses these funds to pay bills for families struggling with this disease. The people at the BTFC are truly the most caring, wonderful people you could ever hope to meet. SkaterAid is an anuual event, but we are proud to play a part in the work the BTFC does every single day of the year.
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