The Baller Dream Foundation exists to encourage the courage of brave young warriors and their families affected by cancer. Sunday Baller Bash celebrates Daphne’s Camden Pancner and Theodore’s Madison Grace Raine, pictured with founder Frank DeBlasi.
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) — An event this weekend will help celebrate two local cancer survivors and create life-changing experiences for other children stuck in the fight against the disease.
The Baller Dream Foundation will be celebrating 7-year-old Camden Pancner of Daphne and 12-year-old Madison Grace Raine of Theodore at Hope Farm in Fairhope Sunday from 2-4:30 pm.
The foundation creates experiences for children and young adults who are fighting cancer. Instead of ‘patients’, they call the stars of their mission ‘Ballers’.
Founded by testicular cancer survivor Frank DeBlasi, The Baller Dream Foundation exists to cheer up brave young warriors and their families affected by cancer. Frank develops personal relationships with each Baller
and their families through visits and frequent conversations about what is going on in their lives.
Sunday’s reception will feature drinks and appetizers, music from Fairhope’s very own Leonard Houston, and the Baller Ceremony with DeBlasi.
Single tickets are $100.
For more information on tickets, sponsorship and the Foundation, visit: www.ballerdream.org