• Running Toward a Cure for Childhood Brain Cancer

        Most of our Loudoun County community knows of Gabriella Miller, who, at ten years old, passed away as a childhood cancer advocate, fierce fighter, and founder of Smashing Walnuts, a foundation geared toward “cracking the cure for childhood brain cancer.” Tattoo Tom, a friend of Gabriella, founded Still Brave, a non-profit that provides non-medical, supportive care to children with cancer and their families. Tattoo Tom will be participating in the Mohican 100 mile ultra marathon challenge this June in Loudonville, Ohio, “to bring awareness, funding and research to childhood cancers as well as support, encouragement and hope to those children with cancer and their families who are currently in the fight for their lives.”

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        Ask Gina & Company, with Keller Williams Loudoun Gateway, hopes that you’ll visit Still Brave’s website at http://www.stillbrave.org/ and join us in donating toward the cause and cheering on Tattoo Tom. By sponsoring the race or making a per mile donation, you will be supporting both Smashing Walnuts and Still Brave.

        Let’s do what we can to ensure that Gabriella’s legacy lives on and together, find a cure for childhood cancer!

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        Contact Ask Gina & Company at (703)574-3478 or visit us online at www.ask-gina.com to find out how else we are involved in our NOVA community and to ask your real estate questions.

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