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Second Annual Sugar Land Skeeters Buzz Run
1 Stadium Drive
Sugar Land, TX 77498
United States 
Sunday, August 11, 2013
8:00 AM
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Help us meet our fundraising goal !
EVENT GOAL >$20,000.00
Second Annual Sugar Land Skeeters Buzz Run Benefitting: Snowdrop Foundation

The Snowdrop Foundation - Who We Are...

The snowdrop and it's connection with childhood cancer patients: The snowdrop is the first flower to bloom in the spring, even blooming when snow is still on the ground. It is a hearty flower, nearly indestructible by nature. Childhood cancer patients demonstrate indestructible attitudes and spirit while battling the life threatening illness of childhood cancer.

What We Do

Snowdrop Foundation Beneficiary, Texas Children’s Hospital is the largest freestanding pediatric hospital in the United States. Texas Children’s Hospital is dedicated to providing the finest possible pediatric patient care, education and research. And, true to the charge given by the founders over fifty years ago, care is provided to any sick or injured child, regardless of race, creed or ability to pay.

Snowdrop Foundation donations are designated for three specific areas of Texas Children’s Cancer Center

Snowdrop Scholarship Program

  • Scholarships to qualified, college bound, Board of Director
  • Approved pediatric cancer patients.

Teen Program

The Teen Program is a support program for teenage patients within the Cancer Center. The teen support group plans activities for teenagers, publishes a newsletter and provides an outlet for teens to express their feelings.


In just forty-five years, the overall survival rate for children with cancer has increased from 10% to 70%. Thirty percent still need our help, as well as the help of scientists, researchers and doctors.

That help will come from Snowdrop Foundation’s Childhood Cancer Research contribution.