Team Charlie’s Angels Races in Vancouver Marathon, Raises $3,300May 02, 2012 by Victoria Strong
Charlie-Anne is a spunky red-headed 2.5 year old. And like all children, she is the apple of her parents eye. She is beautiful. She is smart. And her smile is infectious. Charlie has SMA.
This Sunday, May 6th, Charlie's mom, Cherie, is running in the BMO Vancouver Marathon in honor of her brave little girl. Cherie has been training for months, while working and caring for Charlie-Anne. And on top of that she recruited a team of "Charlie's Angels" to join her in the race and together they have raised $3,300 (and growing) to help change SMA!
Good luck to all 13 Charlie's Angels! We know Charlie's bright smile will carry you the extra mile! NEVER GIVE UP.
Are you an athlete? A runner, biker, swimmer, climber... Do you want to be? Make your personal triumphs even more powerful by helping to change the future of SMA. Join Team GSF. We move our bodies so one day they can too. Visit TeamGSF.com to get involved.