2018 was an exciting year for Live4Evan, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support and share some of the moments from this year that highlight the difference you have helped make in the hearts and lives of families living with Congenital Heart Disease.
In March, we hosted the first annual Red Tie Event which was a huge success. The night was a celebration of your support and a time for everyone to share successes and goals as the organization grows.
In May, we opened the doors to our first L4E apartment at Cityview. Since then, 3 families have stayed. It has been an honor to help lessen the burden and ease the lives of families who’s children are being treated for CHD in Boston.
Throughout the 2018, Live4Evan’s running teams have grown. The annual 5k transformed into the Live4Evan Run + Fun Octoberfest and we had 4 amazing Boston Marathon runners and 15 ambitious runners participate in the Falmouth Road Race. All of our runners have helped contribute to our fundraising goals and we are truly lucky to have such a passionate and awesome team.
As the year winds down, we want to thank you for your continued support of Live4Evan. With your help we have been able to raise over $175,000, which has gone directly to helping provide housing for families whose children are affected by CHD.
With your generosity, we are also thrilled to announce that we will be opening the doors of a second apartment in Boston! We will be able to help two families stay in two fully furnished apartments while their children are undergoing treatment for CHD.
From our sponsors, to our runners, to our staff, to all of you and everyone in between, thank you. Together we are making a difference. Cheers to a great year, and we are hopeful to see even more housing to heal hearts in 2019!
WHAT WE DOWe provide temporary housing for families of children with congenital heart disease who need to travel into the Boston area to get their child care. #EVANSWAY
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