FOR YOUNG HEARTS
Bobbo's Fund for Young Hearts is a 501(c) (3) Public Charity established in the memory of Robert "Bobbo" Regalado.
Robby died suddenly from cardiac arrest due to undiagnosed Hypertophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) or Enlarged Heart when he was only 15 years old.
Our mission is to raise awareness and combat this silent killer. We want to eliminate these preventable deaths by funding heart screenings and donating portable AED's to local schools and youth sport organizations.
Bank account for Bobbo's Fund for Young Hearts is set up at Bridgeview Bank located at 80th and Harlem in Bridgeview, IL.
It's not too late to donate. You can still donate by sending your check payable to Bobbo's Fund for Young Hearts to Laura Regalado at 7007 W. 73rd Place; Nottingham Park, IL 60638.
As of 9-20-11, we are a 501(c) (3) Public Charity. All donations are tax deductibe.
For more information contact us at email@example.com or call 630/888-9172.
Bobbo's Walk 2015
Sunday May 10th
Thank you to everyone who came out in the lousy weather to support our cause. And thanks to all who donated.
Bobbo's Fund congratulates our Split the Pot winner, Mr. Horn.
Even though the weather was a bit wet, we had our best walk ever!!!!! We thank the die hard supporters that came out in that weather. You could have stayed home but you didn't! Also, thanks to everyone who donated to our raffle table. The raffle brought in the most money in Bobbo's Walk history! Thank you to all our volunteers. Without your help we could not pull this event off! We raised a total of $7000.00 after expenses. That is more money raised than any other year... which makes for another Bobbo's Walk record!
We had 41 on-line registrants. 32 female and 9 male. We had 29 "old school" registrants. 20 female and 9 male.
Average age 35 with the youngest at 5 and the oldest 64.
States represented include Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Florida, Mississippi and Wisconsin
Cities/Towns represented include Burbank, Burr Ridge, Bridgeview, Willow Springs, Joliet, Naperville, Nottingham Park, Oak Lawn, Carol Stream, Chicago, Gardner, Aurora, Florence and Glidden.
The record breaking amount of money raised at this years walk is due in large part to my co-workers at Chicago Title and our company's charitable match policy. Chicago Title and my co-workers are responsible for $3150.00 of the total raised this year.
AGAIN, THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!!!!! REMEMBER, TOGETHER WE CAN SAVE YOUNG LIVES FROM SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH!