Howie, Sacks & Henry was proud to again support THREE TO BE as a key sponsor of this "funraiser." The smiles and laughter from the kids was priceless, so this year we were proud to lend our support as Presenting Sponsor, which helped raise over $40,000.
The event was held May 28th at Forest Hill Junior School in the sun, and was day of fun for the WHOLE family. The HSH Hurricanes were in full force with 29 team members. While we dominated the 5 k race, finishing 1st, 2nd and 4th, the event was about community and celebration. We were blown away and inspired by the people we met. Kids are still kids and they all enjoyed the sun, walk, and especially the yoghurt truck.
Since 2011, THREE TO BE has been Running, Walking, Wheeling and Rolling every May in celebration of the most incredible people we know – children with neurological disorders and their families! The goal is to give EVERYONE the opportunity to participate in whatever way suits their abilities and making this day about the people THREE TO BE serves and those that support us!
Our Relationship with THREE TO BE
Howie, Sacks & Henry is proud of our strategic partnership with THREE TO BE.
THREE TO BE’s mission is to advocate and raise funds to support and advance the development of innovative research, education, and therapies for children with neurological disorders.
Parent Advocacy Link (PAL)
HSH is particularly proud of THREE TO BE’s commitment to families through their Parent Advocacy Link (PAL) program. We contribute to the program by providing legal education and support, helping parents get answers to some tough questions.
If you are a parent, caregiver or someone who works with children with neurological disorders, the THREE TO BE Parent Advocacy Link (PAL) provides information, support and a secure online forum to share.
To sign up to become a PAL, click here.
Free On-Demand Birth Injury Webinar Series: For Parents Contemplating Medical Malpractice Suit
For some parents and families of a child with a neurological disorder, there is a moment in time when they realize that something is not quite right. How you ask the question and where you can turn is often the greatest challenge. Brenda Agnew, from Three To Be moderates a discussion with Neil Sacks and Meghan Hull Jacquin in a two part webinar series to help you determine what you need to know about medical malpractice.
- Knowing when and how to identify a potential concern as a legal issue
- How to find the right firm to discuss our concerns
- How much will this cost me?
- What will the timeline and process be if our “concerns” have a legal basis?
- Things I need to know in deciding to proceed with a legal case
These webinars are interactive and all of your questions will be answered in confidence.
Click here to view the webinars.