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Come together to fight childhood cancer
Thank you for supporting Laps for Lexi! There are several ways you can make a difference:
You may make a tax-deductible donation via PayPal or mail a check. Your financial contributions support both the Lexi Speight Chair in Pediatric Oncology at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC as well as the Lexi Speight Scholarship Fund at Sandy Spring Friends School. The Chair fights to identify innovative therapies to treat, and ultimately cure, childhood cancer.

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Laps for Lexi
PO Box 10958
Silver Spring, MD 20914
You can bring crayons and markers to our Laps for Lexi event in September. Our annual art supply drive provides crayons, colored pencils and markers for the patients and siblings of the Oncology Unit at Children's National Medical Center. The art room is a haven for the children and hospital staff are always in need of new supplies. Coloring is not only therapeutic, but it often brings a much needed sense of normalcy to the kids (patients and non-patients). You can help brighten the day of a child!

You can give the gift of life by donating blood at Laps for Lexi in September.

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