Posts by There Goes My Hero

Happy Hour for Hero!

Join us for happy hour at Mt. Vernon Marketplace! Thursday, September 27 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This Blood Cancer Awareness Month, join us for happy hour, where proceeds will benefit blood cancer patients and their families. Vendors at the Marketplace (including The Local Oyster, TAPS Fill Station, Pinch, Between Two Buns, Cultured, Edible…

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Announcing OctoberTaste!

There Goes My Hero is excited to announce a new event for this fall…. The business-casual evening will feature tastings from local food vendors and restaurants paired with select beers, wines, and bourbons. Enjoy a signature cocktail as you network on the main floor, or come upstairs to the VIP lounge, where we’ll be offering…

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5 Great Donor-Patient Meetings

This summer, our founder Erik Sauer was able to travel to Germany with his family to attend the wedding of Isabel, his bone marrow donor. This got us thinking about great donor-patient meetings we’ve read about over this summer, and the complete strangers who are willing to save the life of someone they’ve never met.…

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Bob Bell Automotive Charity Golf Tournament

There Goes My Hero is excited to announce that the Bob Bell Automotive 1st Annual Charity Golf Tournament will be held on September 10, 2018. Here is a letter from Bird Bell Bishop, announcing the start of a wonderful partnership: Dear Friend of Bob Bell Automotive, It’s hard to believe that my father, Bob Bell,…

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There Goes My Hero Foundation Receives 24 Foundation Grant

There Goes My Hero Foundation Receives 24 Foundation Grant [Baltmore, MD] June 11, 2018 – Baltimore-based There Goes My Hero Foundation has received a $6,000 grant from the 24 Foundation to support the Feed a Hero Program. Each year, There Goes My Hero funds nutritious meals to blood cancer patients and the families in Baltimore…

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5 Reasons We Love Nurses

It’s Nurse Appreciation Week! At There Goes My Hero, we know that nurses are a vital part of the team when you’re going through treatment for any type of cancer. Many of our board members and staff have personal experiences with cancer, so we asked them for stories about why nurses are so special. Here are…

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Letter from the Chairman and Founder

Dear supporters, On May 20, 2008, I was diagnosed with acute leukemia. A week later, my son was born. This May, Joey is celebrating his 10th birthday, and I am celebrating ten years of surviving cancer. A year after my transplant, I planned the first Polo Match and Family Outing to say “Thank You” to…

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