I will be rappelling 16 stories down the Toledo Edison Building to raise funds and awareness for The Victory Center!

I work with cancer patients everyday.  I see them on good days and bad.  I support those going through their journey, I celebrate when they get good news, I cry when news is not so good.  They are my friends, my family, my hero's.  There is not much I would not do for my patient's they are a part of who I am.   I have worked with Victory Center for years.  I see what they can offer to our patients.  They are able to offer these services because people like you and me care and donate our time, our talents and financial support.   It was not even a question that I wanted to support them, but to grapple down a 16 story building! This is going to be scary, it won't be easy, I will be all alone up there, I know I will be afraid, but I am looking at this as a challenge.  I am challenging myself because my cancer patients challenge themselves everyday.  Cancer is scary, it is not easy, too often patients feel alone.  With the support of The Victory Center programs patients don't have to feel alone, they can support each other, make cancer a little more manageable, hopefully less scary. 

  For that reason I will "go over the edge of that building"  I am doing it for my patients past, present and future.  Victory Center helps cancer patients emotionally, physically and mentally during and after their journey.  That is something I can feel good about and have no hesitation to support.  I hope that you will prayerfully consider making a donation. 

Thank You & Blessings on your day,

Laurie Edwards