VIDEO: Colts’ Andrew Luck, Wayland’s Warriors Team To Make Dent In DIPG
We traveled to Indianapolis to capture the great efforts of Wayland’s Warriors and Indianapolis Colts’ QB Andrew Luck as they raised money for DIPG research by hosting a football camp.
At 4 years old, Wayland Villars lost his battle with DIPG, a rare type of brain tumor with a 0% survival rate. His parents, Ben and Amber, enlisted the help of Luck to raise money for DIPG research at Stanford (where Wayland was often treated, and where Luck went to school), and to support DIPG patients at Riley Hospital for Children.
Enjoy seeing a different side of Luck than you see on the field, and get to know the Villars’ story. They are certain to have a major impact on this particular type of cancer.
If you’d like to donate to Wayland’s Warriors, please go here.
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