Relay For Life of South King County

In Memory of Brad Stephens
In Memory of Brad Stephens

Brooklake Youth

Brooklake Youth Group would like dedicate our Relay to Brad Stephens.
Brad Stephens was an active member at Brooklake Church and volunteer in the Middle School and High School ministries. Brad lived his life for Jesus and left a lasting impression on everyone he met. Brad passed away from Cancer in November 2017 and it is our honor to relay in his memory.

Why the American Cancer Society?
Brad was fortunate enough to have and live in close proximity toexcellent medical care, access to experimentaltreatment, and family who could help give him care and support. Many people in our community are not as fortunate and need help with transportation, access to care, and help understanding the "what's next" in their life. As followers of Christ, we are called to give back to our neighbors who are less fortunate.

*1 in 3 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.
*Last year $406 MILLION DOLLARS raised for potentially life-saving cancer research grants
*1.2 MILLION calls and chats from patients and caregivers seeking support
*456 THOUSAND nights of free lodging to patients at Hope Lodge: Support for patients and families who have to travel out of town for medical care.
*Patient Navigator Program/Personal Cancer Guide: Helps guide patients through the medical system and coordinate medical team
*Road to Recovery Program: Provides rides to patients who have no way to get to their cancer treatment
*National Cancer Information Center: Provides Info and support to those facing cancer 24 hours a day/365 days a year.
*Free wig programs, support groups, and other patient/family resources

How We Relay

Cancer has touched all of us in some way. And we want to stop this disease in its tracks. We’ll spend the next few weeks fundraising for the American Cancer Society. Then, on the day of the event, we’ll honor the lives lost to cancer, celebrate survivors, and support the caregivers who so selflessly help others.

Together, we’ll be a part of making a difference in this important cause.

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Brooklake Youth

we’ve raised $2,427.68
Our Goal $2,000.00
#20 out of 67 Teams

Our Event


Why We Relay

Brooklake Youth Group would like dedicate our Relay to Brad Stephens.
Brad Stephens was an active member at Brooklake Church and volunteer in the Middle School and High School ministries. Brad lived his life for Jesus and left a lasting impression on everyone he met. Brad passed away from Cancer in November 2017 and it is our honor to relay in his memory.

Why the American Cancer Society?
Brad was fortunate enough to have and live in close proximity toexcellent medical care, access to experimentaltreatment, and family who could help give him care and support. Many people in our community are not as fortunate and need help with transportation, access to care, and help understanding the "what's next" in their life. As followers of Christ, we are called to give back to our neighbors who are less fortunate.

*1 in 3 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.
*Last year $406 MILLION DOLLARS raised for potentially life-saving cancer research grants
*1.2 MILLION calls and chats from patients and caregivers seeking support
*456 THOUSAND nights of free lodging to patients at Hope Lodge: Support for patients and families who have to travel out of town for medical care.
*Patient Navigator Program/Personal Cancer Guide: Helps guide patients through the medical system and coordinate medical team
*Road to Recovery Program: Provides rides to patients who have no way to get to their cancer treatment
*National Cancer Information Center: Provides Info and support to those facing cancer 24 hours a day/365 days a year.
*Free wig programs, support groups, and other patient/family resources

How We Relay

Cancer has touched all of us in some way. And we want to stop this disease in its tracks. We’ll spend the next few weeks fundraising for the American Cancer Society. Then, on the day of the event, we’ll honor the lives lost to cancer, celebrate survivors, and support the caregivers who so selflessly help others.

Together, we’ll be a part of making a difference in this important cause.

Team Members

Name Amount Donate

Thank You Donors

  1. FromAmount
Top Donors
  1. Brooklake Community Church$185.75
  2. Anonymous$50
  3. Anonymous$50
  4. Anonymous$10
  5. Ashley Johnson$50
  6. Ben Swaab 
  7. Chreed and Martha Evans$200
  8. Christa Turney$300
  9. Christopher Evans$50
  10. Connie Finley 
  11. Debra Russell$100
  12. Emily Fruge$50
  13. Hoa DeBusk$25
  14. Janie Merkle$100
  15. Julie Tiegs$100
  16. Laura Parks$60
  17. Laura Parks$50
  18. Laura Parks$20
  19. Megan Godby$50
  20. Mom and Dad$100
  21. Ms. Abbra N. Terry 
  22. Russ & Patti Spaulding$50
  23. Sandra Ratcliff$50
  24. Sharon Terry 
  25. Sierra DeBusk$25
  26. Stella Ancich$25
  27. Steven, Carley, Harper & Ensley$20
  28. Susan Kaplan$100
  29. Susan Kaplan$100
  30. Susan Stephens$50
  31. Tim Boone$50
  32. Travis Parks 
  33. Uncle Eddie 
  34. Youlin Shaw-Kingery$36.93
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When Communities Come Together

The money raised through Relay For Life events helps realize the American Cancer Society's mission to save lives, celebrate life, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.

Donations are used to fund life-saving cancer research, patient support services, prevention and education information, and detection and treatment programs. Here's how the money raised last year is helping make a difference.

$406 million

Funding potentially life-saving cancer research grants.

1.2+ million

Calls and chats from patients/caregivers seeking info and support.

456 thousand

Nights of free lodging provided to patients at Hope Lodge®.