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2022 Cincinnati Walks for Kids

Join Team Honor Connor!!!
Join Team Honor Connor!!!

Honor Connor

Connor is our brave little boy that beat AT/RT brain cancer with the help of Cincinnati Children's, but earned his wings due to post-treatment complications on June 5th, 2013. In his short 3 years of life, he taught us all what it is to be courageous. He has inspired people all over the world with his smile and strength in the face of every obstacle put in front of him. He continues to bring people together, reminding them to be grateful for what they have and to fight for what they don't. Please join us in Honoring his memory and his legacy by continuing the FIGHT to Change the Outcome for other children and families!

Team Honor Connor is joining thousands of patients, families and supporters for Cincinnati Walks for Kids to raise money to help advance cures and improve care for kids and families who are counting on Cincinnati Children’s for hope and healing.  Pleasesponsor us! 


Cincinnati Walks for Kids is more than just a fundraiser. It’s a great day of family fun and celebration, all for an amazing cause.


In these challenging times, the medical center needs our support now more than ever. Help us make a difference for the kids and families who rely on Cincinnati Children’s! 


We’re changing the outcome together.




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