Rochester Pub Crawl

Suzanne Tedesco is putting on her 11th annual Pub Crawl and this year they are helping to raise money for Stephen and his fight with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma Cancer.

If you are unable to attend and would like to make a donation on behalf of Suzanne you may go directly to their donation page http://trcares.com/rochester-pub-crawl/. on Thomas Richards Charity’s website.

Can’t thank Suzanne enough for all that she is doing for Stephen and all the people she has helped over the past 11 years. An amazing woman. Thank you

Friday, June 2nd is the date for the 11th Annual Rochester Pub Crawl for a Cause. We will be starting @ 5:00 and visiting 4 to 6 places ‘ PayPal is Required. You Must Order By Wednesday, May 24th!!
Everyone who would like to “Crawl” with us must either Pre-order a T-shirt or a rubber RPC wristband & prepayment through PayPal is Required. You Must Order By Wednesday, May 24th!!

Noodles & Company in Support of Stephen

Thomas Richards Charity & Noodles and Company fighting to help Stephen.

 

Who:   In support of Stephen and his fight with stage 4 neuroblastoma cancer

What: Noodles & Company will donate 50% of your purchase (dine in or carry out)

When: Thursday June 1, 11:00-9:00 P.M.

Where: Noodles Restaurant 6836 Rochester Rd, Troy, MI (248)-879-9900

 

***Tell them you are here to support Stephen***

 

STEPHEN’S battle with stage 4 Neuroblastoma

Stephen is a four year old boy with stage 4 Neuroblastoma.  In August 2016 his mom noticed a bump on the side of his head.  Doctors couldn’t figure out the cause. A month later, Stephen developed a sudden fever and was rushed to the hospital and given a head CT and chest x-ray.  It was then his family learned the news about Stephen’s stage 4 Neuroblastoma. The following day Stephen was transferred to Children’s Hospital of Detroit. He spent ten days in the PICU. His first two days were spent undergoing two surgeries; one for the biopsy of his lymph node and the other to put in a special line for his chemo. In that time, he had five MRI’s, and a bone marrow biopsy.  He then started his first round of five chemotherapy treatments. Each lasting three to six days just of treatment. Additionally he spent three to seven days in the hospital to recover from the vomiting and other complications. Since the start of this battle, he has been in the ER three times.

When he is not in the hospital, Stephen needs to see the oncologist twice a week to make sure his blood counts are still good, which usually only amounts to a week and a half at home in between hospital stays.  Stephen underwent a third surgery after his fifth round of chemotherapy to remove the large tumor in his chest.  He had a chest tube put in, and was in the hospital for four days.  Now Stephen is having his first of two bone marrow transplants which will put him in the hospital for a minimum of four weeks.  His immune system will be wiped out completely and restarted with his own stem cells.  He will need to do this a second time within a month.  Following that, they will be traveling out of state for the next step of treatment. Instead of traditional radiations, Stephen will be receiving Proton treatment.  He will be gone for up to four weeks, living out of a hotel and hospital.  Upon returning home, Stephen will need six to eight months of immunotherapy treatment involving more hospital stays.

Stephen is a very strong and special boy. He wants to beat this so that he may pursue his dreams of being either a K9 police officer or a fire fighter.  He wants to help others the way that people have been helping him.  Stephen, along with his parents and seven year old sister, thank you for your kindness, generosity, love, support, and prayers. They can’t do this without you.

Thank you from Mariana Sadowski Hohauser, Jon Hohauser and Thomas Richards Charity

Thomas Richards Charity is a 501(c)3 non profit charity, fully tax deductible charity donation. Your donation will go directly to help this family over this overwhelmingly emotional time. Please help in anyway you can.  There has been and overwhelming show of support from first responders K-9 across the country posting photos of the K-9’s on his FB Page Stephen “Strong” these make him smile day in and day out.

 

 

Fundraiser Green Lantern Pizza Thursday, May 11 at 6 PM – 9 PM

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Thursday, May 11 at 6 PM – 9 PM

The Green Lantern Pizza of Clinton Township has been kind enough to hold a fundraiser to assist with the K9’s for #128. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the fund. Come out, have a great meal and support a great cause to put crime fighting K9’s on the street in Collin’s honor!

Collin Rose, 29 year old Wayne State University police officer and K9 Handler, was killed in the line of duty on November 23, 2016.

Rose loved and respected the people in his community and the law he swore to uphold. He was an active member of the National Association of Professional Canine Handlers and of the Metro-Detroit Shutzhund Club.

To honor Officer Rose, Metro-Detroit Shutzhund Club head trainer, John Bochenek, and Police K9 Handler/Master Trainer, Bob Loken, have offered their time, skills and energy to train two police K9s to perform both general Police K9 duties in the name of Officer Rose– with one specifically in explosives and the other for narcotics.

We are asking for monetary donations to fund this project. Acquiring, maintaining, and training two Police K9s to perform Police K9 duties to keep our community safe and perform specific services comes with a variety of expenses. In addition to the cost of training which takes between six to 12 months, these care-givers need our help to provide food, medical care, and necessary supplies associated with day-to-day care of the dogs.

The money raised in memory of Officer Rose will help with acquiring, supporting, and the day- to-day caring of these future K9s. Upon completion of their training, the dogs will be donated to worthy Police K9 Handlers, in the name and honor of Officer Collin Rose, a fallen brother, son, and friend.

-In Honor of Badge #128.

https://www.gofundme.com/in-honor-of-badge-128

K9’s in Honor of Badge #128!

17670526_1052585381508618_1484982605_oCollin Rose, 29 year old Wayne State University police officer and K9 Handler, was killed in the line of duty on November 23, 2016.

Rose loved and respected the people in his community and the law he swore to uphold. He was an active member of the National Association of Professional Canine Handlers and of the Metro-Detroit Shutzhund Club.

To honor Officer Rose, Metro-Detroit Shutzhund Club head trainer, John Bochenek, and Police K9 Handler/Master Trainer, Bob Loken, have offered their time, skills and energy to train two police K9s to perform both general Police K9 duties in the name of Officer Rose– with one specifically in explosives and the other for narcotics.

We are asking for monetary donations to fund this project. Acquiring, maintaining, and training two Police K9s to perform Police K9 duties to keep our community safe and perform specific services comes with a variety of expenses.  In addition to the cost of training which takes between six to 12 months, these care-givers need our help to provide food, medical care, and necessary supplies associated with day-to-day care of the dogs.

The money raised in memory of Officer Rose will help with acquiring, supporting, and the day- to-day caring of these future K9s. Upon completion of their training, the dogs will be donated to worthy Police K9 Handlers, in the name and honor of Officer Collin Rose, a fallen brother, son, and friend.

-In Honor of Badge #128.

Thomas Richards Charity is a 501(c)3 non profit charity, fully tax deductible charity donation. Your donation will go directly to help with this amazing tribute to Colin Rose.  Please help in anyway you can.

https://www.gofundme.com/in-honor-of-badge-128

GoFundMe.com for Stephen “K9 Strong”

https://www.gofundme.com/StephenStrongTRC16388247_10212233605025160_4269213489732647050_n

Stephen is a four year old boy with stage 4 Neuroblastoma. In August 2016 his mom noticed a bump on the side of his head. Doctors couldn’t figure out the cause. A month later, Stephen developed a sudden fever and was rushed to the hospital and given a head CT and chest x-ray. It was then his family learned the news about Stephen’s stage 4 Neuroblastoma. The following day Stephen was transferred to Children’s Hospital of Detroit. He spent ten days in the PICU. His first two days were spent undergoing two surgeries; one for the biopsy of his lymph node and the other to put in a special line for his chemo. In that time, he had five MRI’s, and a bone marrow biopsy. He then started his first round of five chemotherapy treatments. Each lasting three to six days just of treatment. Additionally he spent three to seven days in the hospital to recover from the vomiting and other complications. Since the start of this battle, he has been in the ER three times.

When he is not in the hospital, Stephen needs to see the oncologist twice a week to make sure his blood counts are still good, which usually only amounts to a week and a half at home in between hospital stays. Stephen underwent a third surgery after his fifth round of chemotherapy to remove the large tumor in his chest. He had a chest tube put in, and was in the hospital for four days. Now Stephen is having his first of two bone marrow transplants which will put him in the hospital for a minimum of four weeks. His immune system will be wiped out completely and restarted with his own stem cells. He will need to do this a second time within a month. Following that, they will be traveling out of state for the next step of treatment. Instead of traditional radiations, Stephen will be receiving Proton treatment. He will be gone for up to four weeks, living out of a hotel and hospital. Upon returning home, Stephen will need six to eight months of immunotherapy treatment involving more hospital stays.

Stephen is a very strong and special boy. He wants to beat this so that he may pursue his dreams of being either a K9 police officer or a fire fighter. He wants to help others the way that people have been helping him. Stephen, along with his parents and seven year old sister, thank you for your kindness, generosity, love, support, and prayers. They can’t do this without you.

Thomas Richards Charity is a 501(c)3 non profit charity, fully tax deductible charity donation. Your donation will go directly to help this family over this overwhelmingly emotional time. Please help in anyway you can. There has been and overwhelming show of support from firstresponders K-9 across the country posting photos of the K-9’s on his FB Page Stephen “Strong” these make him smile day in and day out.

Thomas Richards Charity (FaceBook)
TRCares.com

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