At the close of 2020, we asked supporters of Elizabeth’s Hope to remember how Liz inspired them to support this cause, and to help us light up the lab by paying tribute to her – and all of the children – by making a year-end, tax-deductible contribution.
Lighting up the lab takes on several meanings. First and foremost, the CBTP was lighting up the lab for our families. They decorated the lab with battery-operated candles and festive holiday lights throughout the holiday season as a tribute to those diagnosed with a brain or spinal cord tumor. The candles were a beautiful reminder that for some, their lights shine on in our hearts. The string of holiday lights hanging at the entrance represented a celebration of many more holidays to come for our fighters and survivors. Lastly, to the researchers “lighting up the lab” means funding ideas. It means having the ability to explore an idea when a lightbulb goes off, and the support to continue lighting the way toward scientific discovery.
We invite you to get to know some of the other families by reading about them below.