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Congratulations to all 230 members of the 2014 Shock Trauma Center Running Team! You did a fantastic job both on the race course, and off the course through your fundraising efforts. Thank you for your participation! Also, don't forget that there's still time to raise more funds to support the Trauma Survivors Network. Online donations will be accepted through November 1, 2014. After November 1, donations can be made by check (made payable to UMMS Foundation/STC Team) or cash and mailed to:

UMMS Foundation
Attn. Ali Hoffman
110 S. Paca Street, 9th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201

Thank you as well to all of our Team Partners. You are an integral part of the success of this event!

 

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ABOUT OUR TEAM

The world-class medical team at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center (STC) is saving lives every day. In an instant, a person’s life is changed by trauma, but it takes time to heal the body and mind. Life after trauma, for our survivors, has many ups and downs. This includes set-backs and great accomplishments. As a person starts to physically recover from trauma, they also need to recover emotionally. The Trauma Survivors Network (TSN) is dedicated to providing resources to help with their road to recovery.

Each year we bring together a strong team of survivors, family members, community members, Shock Trauma staff to run in the Baltimore Running Festival. With your support, we will expand our efforts and move our mission forward - providing essential support services and resources for trauma patients and their families. 

Thank You to our 2014 Shock Trauma Center Running Team Partners:



Hope Sponsors

Kelly & Associates Insurance Group   Kelly Exchange   KTBS Payroll

 

Spirit Sponsors

Camden Pub  Friendship Creative Printers  Future Care HiltonSysmex  Tessco  UM Department of Orthopaedics

In-Kind Sponsors

Kind   Olive Garden  Wegmans

QUESTIONS?

Please contact us at TSN@umm.edu or (410) 328-2035. 

To learn more about the Trauma Survivors Network, visit our website or contact our program coordinator at 410-328-5545.