Outdoor Life: Lexi’s LAMB Foundation 5K

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We feel so fortunate to be able to highlight and feature so many great foundations that are making a difference in the community. I had the opportunity to speak with Cathy, the President and Founder of Lexi’s LAMB Foundation. As you can hear in the segment, Cathy started the foundation after her 6 month old daughter Alexis passed away years ago. Cathy shared that they spent almost five and a half months of Lexi’s life in the hospital and in that moment saw the need to help both parents and nurses/doctors that are in hospitals with loved ones for extended periods of time. Cathy started the organization in January of 2007 with the help of her family. They are having a 5k on October 25th at the Sedgwick County Park. This year will unfortunately look different like everything else has, with no vendors and big events added on to the 5k. All of the money will go directly to the Lexi’s LAMB Foundation and that money is ready for when a hospital calls and says they need help with their resources. They work directly with the hospital staff and those staff members know they can always call Cathy and she is ready to help. If you want to learn any more about the foundation you can visit their website at: http://www.lexislamb.org/

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