Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk

Sean, showing off his cooking skills at a 4th of July event for Hawaii Skin Diver
Sean, showing off his cooking skills at a 4th of July event for Hawaii Skin Diver

Team Stody-Power

Brain tumors affect thousands of people every year, yet receive little attention publicly. Our goal is to help change that. Sadly, our family has become all to aware of the effects of brain tumors. My brother, Sean (Stody), was tragically robbed of his life way too early by a very aggressive form of brain cancer. Amazingly, my sister-in-law, Jill Power-Cross, was also diagnosed with a brain tumor around the same time. Thankfully, she is a survivor today and still with us, enjoying life to its fullest. We want to do everything we can to help prevent this from happening to other families. Your donation and/or participation is much appreciated and instrumental towards helping us battle brain tumors!

Please come join us on Sunday, June 23rd at Crissy Field in San Francisco for a fun day to raise funds and awareness for brain tumors. We'd love to have a huge team again this year--our 10th time participating, and I’m back on board as the event co-chair—-so bring the kids, grab some chairs and a picnic, and spend a fun morning in a beautiful setting with good friends for a great cause!

Much love, Pamela

The Brain Tumor Walk is a fun and inspirational day where the brain tumor community unites to inspire hope and take action in the fight against brain tumors. 

Progress in this fight starts one team, one walker, and one dollar at a time. Like the National Brain Tumor Society, we are fiercely committed to finding a cure.

Join us and together we will make a difference.


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Please note: If you are interested in donating to this team, please select a member of the team and select the donation option from his/her page or make a general team donation.

NBTS is fiercely committed to finding a cure for brain tumors. NBTS aggressively drives strategic research; advocates for public policies that meet the critical needs of the brain tumor community; and provides comprehensive patient, family, and caregiver resources.

Your support ensures this important work will continue.

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