Non-profit group provides free hunting trip for boy battling cancer

Hunting for the Cure

This weekend, a boy who has battled cancer will get to put on his camo and take the hunting trip of a lifetime. 
 
It is all thanks to a Georgia organization called Hunting for the Cure. 
 
They are a non-profit group that takes children who are currently fighting cancer or who are in remission out in nature for a fun, re-energizing experience.
 
All of the costs are covered by sponsors, including lodging and plane tickets, if the child is from out of town. lodging and everything. The child and their family simply get to come and enjoy!
 
On June 3, 12-year-old Wyatt from Tennessee will be meeting the group members in Laurens County for a hog hunt.
 
Tommy Windham is one of the organizers and says Wyatt has had three brain tumors in his young life.       
 
Now, Windham wants to make sure he has a day where he does not have to worry about anything.  
 
If you want to learn more about Hunting for the Cure, you can visit their website. 
 
13WMAZ wants to hear your stories that come Straight from the Heart!  Send an email to eyewitnessnews@13wmaz.com with the subject "Straight from the Heart."

© 2017 WMAZ-TV


JOIN THE CONVERSATION

To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the
Conversation Guidelines and FAQs

Leave a Comment