Ansley Cochran was just 2 years old when she was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, a cancerous tumor that develops from nerve tissue.
In the years since her diagnosis, Ansley has raised thousands of dollars through lemonade stands and yard sales and donated it to the Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Service of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Relay for Life and other organizations.
Now you can do your part to help raise money to help Ansley and thousands of children like her, who get care at the Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Service of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Beginning at 5 a.m. August 11 continuing through 6 p.m. August 12, tune into 750AM or 95.5FM to hear not only the voices of WSB Radio’s personalities, but also the courageous voices of children and families who have benefited from care received at theAflac Cancer Center.
WSB on-air personalities Scott Slade, Neal Boortz and Clark Howard will broadcast the 11th annual Care-a-Thon live from the Aflac Cancer Center of Children’s Scottish Rite campus. The fundraising broadcast will benefit research and programs at the Aflac Cancer Center.
The 11th Care-a-Thon will feature patient families from the following areas: Atlanta, Dacula, Dallas, Euharlee, Hampton, Jefferson, Locust Grove, McDonough, Morrow, Roswell, Scottdale, Suwanee, Tyrone, Watkinsville and Woodstock.
During designated bonus hours, the following organizations and individuals will match donations given online and phoned into the Care-a-Thon: Aflac, Curing Kids’ Cancer, Al Daniel, McGhee and Aflac CEO Dan Amos. Additionally, food sponsors for the Care-a-Thon include McDonald’s, Slope’s, Loving Spoonfuls and Chick-fil-a.
Some Live Auction Items Include:
- Steve Penley Painting
- Lunch with Scott Slade and Atlanta’s Morning News Crew
- Lunch with Clark Howard
- Lunch with Tim Hudson and Chipper Jones
- Tour of new UGA Football Facility
- Walter Reeves and Ilyce Glink “Around the House” package
- Stays at Barnsley Gardens and the Ritz at Lake Oconee
Dan and Kathelen Amos (Aflac and Aflac Foundation), Tim and Kim Hudson (Braves)
Tune in to 750 AM, www.wsbradio.com, call 888-750-2772 or visit www.choa.org care-a-thon to support the Aflac Cancer Center of Children’s, read patient stories and donate. Information and donation opportunities will also be available at www.facebook.com/AflacCancerCenter.