Trevor’s Trek Children’s Cancer Pavilion in Julia Davis Park

Trevor’s Trek Children’s Cancer Pavilion in Julia Davis Park

In September of 2010, Trevor’s Trek Foundation was honored to be a part of the dedication of the future site of the Trevor’s Trek Children’s Cancer Pavilion in Julia Davis Park in Boise, Idaho. The Foundation is pleased to announce that the fundraising goal for the project has nearly been met, but there is still some work to be done. Please help us reach our goal so that the children of Idaho who have had their lives turned upside down as a result of a cancer diagnosis have a safe and friendly place to congregate and share their experiences. Only 8 bronze footprints remain, so act now to ensure you or your business gets the highest recognition at the Pavilion.

The Trevor’s Trek Children’s Cancer Pavilion in Julia Davis Park will be a place where young cancer survivors can congregate and celebrate the end of their cancer treatment; a sanctuary where they can read, play, enjoy picnics with family and friends; their own HAPPY PLACE.  The dedication for the Children’s Cancer Pavilion was held during Childhood Cancer Awareness month on September 24th, 2010.

Trevor’s Trek Foundation has established a personalized walkway which will feature bronze footprints signifying a child’s steps to survival, two hop-scotch designs made from 12X12 tiles engraved with artwork created by children who have battled cancer and personalized 8X8 tiles that will form the picnic table tops.

Be part of creating this unique haven and walkway of awareness by purchasing a footprint, sponsoring a child’s artwork or by ordering a personalized 8X8 table top tile for yourself, your family, a friend or your business.  Sometimes the greatest distance traveled is accomplished in just a few steps.

To place your order call 1-855-TTF-TREK (883-8735) or click here to make your tax deductible donation and take your step in helping to create awareness of childhood cancer.

“A few steps can turn into a mile. A mile can become a milestone by raising public awareness of the alarming rise of childhood cancer.”

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