By Madison Dreiger, OCI Marketing Coordinator
The 10th annual Seattle Brain Cancer Walk took place on Sunday, May 7, at the Seattle Center. I have had the pleasure to participate in the walk for seven of the 10 years it has been put on. I walk to honor my dad and the many other people affected by this disease. Although the walk is short – a couple laps around the International Fountain – there was no shortage of compassion and dedication to the cause at this year’s walk. This national fundraising event raises awareness about brain cancer as well as funds brain cancer research and clinical trials in the Pacific Northwest. Donations are accepted through the rest of the year, but by the time of the walk in May we had already raised over $365,000, including generous donations from Osborn Consulting team members. Being surrounded by hundreds of people affected in one way or another by brain cancer is a humbling experience that motivates us all to walk for a cure! Click here to read more about this important cause.