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Thank You!

Thank You!


Financial donations can also be made to TGen in

Camron's name.

2021 Rainier's #CureDIPG Family Day at the Ball Park finally had it's day. Thankful the Rainier's were able to reschedule this event for last night. Stormy honored his brother Grayson Stump with an awesome pitch to Rhubarb. And Gavin Nielsen graced the stands with his unwavering energy. And to see the fans stop by and look at the beautiful faces on our Warrior Wall - my heart. Say their names - Say Camron's name.

Both nights combined raised close to $10,000.

We may have lost a few volunteers/supporters to Mariners and other conflicts but we still had a great turn out. Still work to be done - Awareness to spread. If I learned anything last night it was we still have work to do. With that said - I have a lot of volunteers to thank - Behind the scenes in preparation for this event it takes a village and we have an amazing group of TeamCozzi volunteers. I have photos from both nights - the blackout on Sept 12 and the event from last night Oct 2. So much love for our crew. I explained to a fan last night that every person that donates is part of the Team Cozzi Foundation and when we find a cure for this inoperable brain cancer - they have made a difference. They have made a change. We have already changed the course. Seattle Children's has a trial now - something not available for our Camron. Our Community our supporters our volunteers fans from far and wide help make that change. Both nights combined raised close to $10,000.


Thank you everyone!! So much gratitude and love. #teamcozzi #endDIPG #togetherwewillendDIPG

DIPG | a Rare Pediatric Brain Cancer


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camron'S fIGHT

No One Fights Alone.  Camron Cozzi & his family fought a valiant battle. They were able to seek out treatments that wouldn't have been an option, without the dollars raised by all the phenomenal people who have helped emotionally and financially along the way.


Camron defied the odds, he was a warrior, now an angel. Camron passed on his 18th birthday, March 10th of 2018. Camron's most fervent wish was to find a cure for DIPG. So that no child has to leave their parents. So no child would die from DIPG.


To that end we are committed to raise funds to assist in the fight.


Financial donations can be made online, or print and mail-in THIS FORM along with your check to:  

Team Cozzi Foundation

2128 218th Ave E

Lake Tapps, WA 98391

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Financial donations can also be made to TGen in

Camron's name.


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