Brave Will Foundation gives donation
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ALBANY, N.Y. -- Every child deserves to be a kid. That is the mantra of the Brave Will Foundation. The foundation presented a hefty check to helping sick children do just that.
The $25,000 donation was given to the Journey's Program at Albany Medical Center. The program looks to care for and improve the lives of young ones experiencing life-threatening illnesses.
The founders of the Brave Will Foundation lost their infant son to cancer in 2009 and say giving the donation this week was in honor of their son, Will.
"In an event like this, I'm so proud of that baby boy, what he's driven us to do, what he's allowed us to do," said Matt Hladun.
"We decided to do it this week since it's Will's birthday. He'll be four on July 14th. This is fitting for us to do at this time," said Tammy Hladun.
For more information, visit bravewill.com or like them on Facebook.