We are all facing an increasingly challenging time as COVID-19 has moved from an isolated and seemingly distant outbreak to a global pandemic that is now clearly among us. The reality of the rapid spread of this virus calls upon us to acknowledge how our daily life has dramatically changed. It also stresses the urgent need to step up interventions aimed at keeping ourselves, our families, donors, volunteers, our many partners at Johns Hopkins, including our Patient Ambassadors and Hopkins caregivers, safe and healthy.
In respect for everyone’s safety and health, we have rescheduled the Hebda Foundation Gala from April 25, 2020 to April 24, 2021 at the U.S. Naval Academy Stadium “N” Room.
If you have purchased a Gala ticket, we will be in touch with you via email in the next several days.
While the pandemic has caused us to postpone this year’s Gala, the need for funding Childhood Cancer research and to fund camperships at Camp Sunrise continues. We will be releasing details on our online fundraising efforts to continue raising funds to provide money for research and for Camp Sunrise soon. Any donation would be greatly appreciated as we go through difficult times with COVID-19 so we can continue our support of childhood cancer. In the interim, if you wish support this cause by a direct donation, you can send your check payable to the “The Zachary Hebda Foundation” to:
The Hebda Foundation
Post Office Box 322
Linthicum, Maryland 21090.
Our sincere thanks for your continued support over the year! Stay healthy everyone!
Joe, Steve & Joy
FOR CHILDHOOD CANCER RESEARCH
FOR CHILDREN TO ATTEND CAMP SUNSHINE
The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute Center of Excellence, provides some of the most innovative and advanced cancer therapies in the world.Learn More
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is the largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding research, finding cures, and making treatment available to leukemia and lymphoma patients.Learn More
At Camp Sunrise, kids with cancer can just be kids. The program, through the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology Center, combines an exciting camping experience with professional medical support.Learn More
One Boy — Zachary Hebda lived a brave, bright, and full five years—he went to Disney World, learned to ride a bike, attended kindergarten, and was loved fiercely by family, friends, and classmates.
Many Children — The love of family and friends for Zachary has grown, thrived, and radiated outward to support the countless children aided by the Foundation.
Nationally Recognized Cancer Research — The Foundation funds research at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and Johns Hopkins Children’s Hospital. Johns Hopkins is an esteemed national leader in pediatric oncology research.
A World Without Childhood Cancer — The definitive mission of the Foundation is to eradicate childhood cancer, to honor Zack’s legacy and save the lives of children at risk.
© 2018 Zachary Hebda Foundation