As listeners of this show may know, Dr. April Kosinski, our first Your Health and Wellness anchor, lost her 8 month old son CJ to a disease or affliction doctors at Boston Children’s Hospital had never seen. Click here for the full story.
To raise funds to help the family with medical bills and other families that have lost children, a series of events are being held to raise funds. We’ve published their posters below and this write up from the organizers.
The Boston Burrito 5k for CJ is scheduled for Friday June 6 at 6 in Stark Park, Manchester, NH. Please help us spread the word on the Boston Burrito 5k for CJ in Manchester NH on Friday June 6. It would have been CJ’s 1st birthday. CJ passed away at just 8 months old, after 50 long days in the ICU. He eventually succumbed to the mysterious illness and doctors say his case is the first of its kind.
CJ was the young son of local Manchester chiropractors Drs. April and John Kosinski, and the brother to 4 year Kayla. We are trying to help the family with their loss as well as the medical bills associated with this journey and tragedy. You can see his event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/288160178014510/ also find out more about CJ’s story at www.gofundme.com/bostonburrito
The Boston Burrito 5k for CJ is meant to honor CJ by keeping his loving memories alive and to celebrate how precious life is. For now, the money raised is for the Cameron John Kosinski Donation Fund and will help the Kosinski family with their astronomical medical bills associated with their beloved son’s hospitalization and end of life care. In the future, the Kosinski family hopes to help other families in need, in similar situations with losing a child. (Supporting the community and local families)
We invite everyone to join us for an all ages, family friendly event including a bounce house, DJ Dave Entertainment, Race Day Family Photography, a kids fun run and more!!
Register here http://www.bnseventmanagement.com/events/BostonBurrito5kforCJ.html
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