We’re so grateful for you, Miami! You came together to raise over $50,000! The grants we fund at Wendy Walk directly advance sarcoma research — and it’s all thanks to you. We are determined that, with your continued support, we can change the reality of a sarcoma diagnosis. We welcomed Dr. Jonathan Trent of the Sylvester Cancer Center and Dr. W. Gregory Sawyer of the University of Florida at the Walk. The funds we raise help fulfill research grants for top medical professionals like these, who are dedicated to finding a cure for sarcoma. Every year we award the Purple Shoe[...]
Our Miami Wendy Walk this past weekend was a great success and now we’re onto New York City! Tavern on the Green in Central Park, starting at 10:30 am Sunday, May 6th! Snag your tickets now so you don’t miss out on this fun and worthwhile event in support of Wendy Walk. Enjoy a beautiful walk around Central Park and a continental brunch at Tavern. The day includes raffles, merchandise and lots of fun! You can also click the same link below to donate if you can’t make it but want to help. Click here to register!
It’s Wendy Walk season! Our 9th Annual Wendy Walk dates are set, registration is up and running and we hope to see everyone there! Miami was amazing and next up is New York City on Sunday, May 6th, at 10:30 am at Tavern on the Green! And, finally, Los Angeles bows on June 24th at 10:00 am at Hotel Casa del Mar. Each event features a great casual walk, food and fun! Click here to register for New York City. Click here to register for Los Angeles. You can also go to any of these links to make a donation[...]
Help fundraise for Wendy Walk by creating your own GivingGrid! We’ve done all the work. You just have to tweak it and you’re on your way. Share it with your friends, relatives and co-workers. They can pick a square, upload a photo and make a donation! Click here to get started!
Spring is in the air and nothing says spring like a ripe, juicy watermelon. Eating Well Through Cancer author, Holly Clegg, shared her go-to spring salad recipe with us. Complete with fresh tomatoes, basil, and watermelon, this salad is light, simple, and packed with antioxidants. Water accounts for over 90% of watermelon’s weight, but this fruit is rich in potassium, vitamin A, and vitamin C. It’s also an incredible source of lycopene, an antioxidant known to help reduce the risk of heart disease and some cancers. Holly Clegg’s Easy Watermelon Tomato Salad Makes 10 (1/2-cup) servings Ingredients: 4 cups scooped out watermelon balls[...]