With the return of the CHOC Walk, you will meet Hudson Kent, our 2023 Walk Ambassador. At just 15 months, he was diagnosed with kidney cancer. Today, Hudson is 12 years cancer-free and doing great.
In this Q-and-A with Bill Cheney, SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union chief executive officer, he reflects on how credit unions are tapping into their collective power to make a strong impact for their communities.
Caleb was diagnosed with a rare disease, and over the past 13 years, he has experienced the CHOC difference. He now has hope and started his own fundraiser to give back to the hospital.
CHOC Walk is especially meaning for Suki Carter. Her late husband, Peter, co-founded the CHOC Walk in 1990 and Suki’s taken part from the beginning.
For Julie and Marty Gomez, the CHOC Walk is a particularly meaningful time when they honor their son Robby and show their heartfelt gratitude to CHOC.
If you are looking for more ways to give back this holiday season, here are a few ways to support CHOC’s mission in the community.