Ten months after diagnosis the battle rages on, 4 year old Boston and his family are fighting the fight of their lives. After months of treatments, trips, hospital visits, chemo, clinical trials the brain tumor on 4 year old Boston remains.
Today, this moment more than ever the Schwamberger family needs our help, support, love, and most importantly our prayers.
The past year we have rallied the cry “Battle for Boston” “B4B“. The battle continues and we must remain steadfast in our fight.
“God gives his toughest battles to his strongest soldiers”.
In this case his smallest soldiers as well. Our lil soldier is decked out in green and yellow, sitting high atop his trusty John Deere tractor ready for the fight that is to come.
We need you more than ever to join him in the fight for his life.
The past year his mother and father have been examples of love, courage, and tenacity as they have supported their amazing son fight brain cancer.
Now, as a community we need to lift them up and shower them with love. For those that know Joe and Ash, they would be the first two people that would be there for you. Now it’s our time.
On Saturday August 24th, the Driven Foundation will be hosting a Benefit Basketball game for Boston – “Balling for Boston”. Join us as former Ohio State football players Roy Hall, Craig Krenzel, Antonio Smith, Andy Groom and a few others take the court against against local sponsors. Check out more info HERE
Come have some Scioto Ribber lunch with the Buckeyes before the game and get pictures and autographs by the players. The meet and greet lunch with the Former Buckeyes will be held at Temple Baptist Church by Crispie Cream donuts from 12:00-1:30. Tickets for the meet and greet are $50 for the general public and $40 for PSKC members. This includes the cost of the game.
For more information and to get your VIP ticket contact Mike Dillow @ 740-935-2849. All proceeds goes torwards the Battling for Boston fund as he battles cancer.
This amazing and loving needs our help. Please pass the word and get your tickets now.