We are so pleased with our 2016 #KSPFASHIONFEST. We could not have done it without our models, sponsors, and especially our NC4K Heroes! We are so happy that we are able to contribute to NC4K and help these heroes in any way that we can! Thank you to everyone who made #KSPFASHIONFEST so great! Check out all the great things NC4K are doing here!
Meet Ali – Allison Grace was diagnosed with stage 3 liver cancer and received a liver transplant. Her favorite foods are: eggs, bacon, popcorn and chocolate. When Ali grows up she wants to be a princess chef! Ali loves to play dress up, putting on makeup and singing along to music; usually Maroon 5 or Taylor Swift. She loves to help her mom cook, and cracking eggs at breakfast is her favorite. She loves spending time at home with her family and her dog Reese.
Meet Ali – Alessandra Rose Schutte was diagnosed with high-risk stage 4 Neuroblastoma. Her favorite food is mac and cheese, and she loves Olaf, singing and dancing! Ali wants to be a nurse when she grows up. She spends her free time being bossy and sassy! But most of all, she loves her sisters.
Meet Braxton – Braxton was diagnosed in October 2014 with Glioblastoma Multiforme stage 4 brain cancer. He was declared cancer free in July of 2015. Unfortunately, on January 6, 2016 his cancer again returned. He is beginning treatment again and is looking forward to being cancer free for a second time. Braxton loves eating candy! He sneaks it every chance he gets! He enjoys magic tricks, playing pranks on his family, playing basketball and baseball. He especially loves playing with his best bud, his dad, amd being outside with his sisters! When he grows up he wants to be a sports clothing designer!
Meet Corbin – Corbin Joseph Norrod was diagnosed with stage 3 Neuroblastoma. Corbin’s favorite foods are chicken nuggets, pizza and mac and cheese! He loves to sing and dance, and loves spending time with his cousins and family. Christmas time is his favorite holiday, and his #1 request this winter is to, “build an Olaf.” Corbin has been in remission for over 2 years and going strong!
Meet Skylor – On February 27, 2014, Skylor Burgos, a 17 year old senior at Olentangy High School, was diagnosed with Grade 3 Anaplastic Astrocytoma – an aggressive form of brain cancer. A member of the Olentangy High School Marching Band of Pride, an active member of Delaware County AFJROTC program and even volunteering with the Olentangy Youth Athletic Association as an Assistant Coach for Junior Drill Team, he never lost his sense of self of his humor. He’s even named his tumor “Tommie”. He uses his experience as a young cancer patient as a tool to teach others that life is too short and to enjoy every moment. He’s usually seen parading around the 11th floor of Nationwide Children’s Hospital during his chemo treatments meeting other kids and their families. He’s even kept a journal of his experiences, good and bad, to maybe help other kids down the road. Although his dream of serving our country after high school changed on that February day, he never allowed cancer to define him and decided to follow his true passion of writing and illustration. He plans to attend college in the fall and major in Creative Writing, with a minor in Illustration. Skylor has become a true hero to all that know him and this picture portrays it all….the sky is the limit