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Thank you for supporting Sarah's legacy....

Dear Friends,
With many emotions we announce the ending of Run For Sarah 5K. It was critical to us that ALL Texas schools have the life-saving resources and BLESSED beyond our imagination, Cook Children's Heart Center agreed. 
In 2011, Laura and Dr. Deborah Schutte launched Project ADAM led by Cook Children's. Today, it is the state resource to prepare schools and community organizations for cardiac emergencies. An affiliate of Project ADAM (Automated Defibrillators in Adam's Memory) at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. We continue to be committed to Saving Lives from Sudden Cardiac Arrest. There is lots of work still to do, many schools and organizations are in need of AEDs. If you would like to make a donation or host a fundraiser to help a particular school or organization, please contact Laura.
Donations can be designated through Project ADAM at Cook Children's. Please visit our Project ADAM webpage or on Facebook.
Since Sarah's death, we have seen more than 80 families lose their child to sudden cardiac death just in Texas. It is our family's life work to save lives and carry the torch, give them a voice, in precious memory of these beautiful kids gone too soon. 
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support which all of you have given to us, our family, this run, and foundation over these past 10 years. We love you all.
Thank you!
Luther, Laura and Kat Friend


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