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Team Craig – Igniting Hope Within the Wichita Brain Tumor Community

Each year Head for the Cure invites you to Go Gray in May for Brain Cancer Awareness Month, and this week we are sharing inspiring stories about those igniting hope within the brain tumor community! At this year’s 9th Annual Head for the Cure 5K – Wichita we will ignite hope and show support for all who have been impacted by a brain tumor diagnosis!

This terrible disease affects real people every day! Craig and his family, from Team Craig, participate and share’s his story of being a survivor. They are working to bring together not only families and friends, but the entire Wichita brain tumor community to help ignite hope for brain cancer patients, their families, friends, caregivers, and other supporters!

Meet Team Craig & Learn How They Are Igniting Hope!

“Five years seems like a long time ago, but I remember the day Craig’s brain tumor was removed like it was yesterday. We prayed and pleaded with God to answer our prayers and he did. Our Lord continues to answer prayer. Craig has conquered chemo, physical therapy AND high school! He is currently attending Wichita State and working part time. We are so thankful for his progress and we continue to pray he will remain cancer free! Be of good courage, And He shall strengthen your heart, All you who hope in the Lord Psalm 31:24”


Every Head for the Cure event marks a day of celebration where we honor and inspire hope for those diagnosed with a brain tumor, we remember those who have lost their battles and we are inspired to carry on the fight! During these difficult and challenging times, we could all use some stories of hope and positivity. The brain tumor community is lucky to have such amazing supporters who brighten the lives of those affected by this disease each and every day.

Show your support and ignite hope by registering for or donating to the 9th Annual Head for the Cure 5K – Wichita taking place on Sunday, August 2nd! Even though we aren’t physically together now, we can still show those battling a brain tumor that NO ONE FIGHTS ALONE!