Families with critically ill kids got the chance to temporarily forget about the daily struggles of battling sickness to take flight in a unique experience.
Children battling cancer or sick with chronic illnesses enjoyed a day filled with planes and helicopters. The Free to be Me event in Greenville allowed children to ride in aircrafts. Eight-year-old Roman was diagnosed with leukemia right after his fourth birthday. It’s been a long road to recovery for him and his family. Four[…]
Ali Weatherton from WNCT reports the 2015 Free To Be Me event. In this video, Ali interviews Anthony Mabery, who flew with pilot Al Williford.
Journalist Ali Weatherton reports the 2015 Free To Be Me event on WNCT9. Featured in the interview is Anthony Mabery who flew with pilot Al Williford.
Announcing the 2015 Free To Be Me event in Greenville, NC at Pitt-Greenville Airport on May 30th, flying pediatrics with chronic and critical illness.
Free airplane and helicopter rides for sick pediatrics and their families were enjoyed during the second Free To Be Me event held in Greenville, NC.
Henry Hinton interviews Mike Roberson of Free To Be Me, an organization that provides kids with chronic and/or critical health issues with a day of fun.
Kids with chronic and critical illness at Vidant Medical Center watched their very own airshow by the hospital window, organized by Free To Be Me.
Mike Roberson talks about the Special Parade on New Year’s Day organized for the kids at Vidant Children’s Hospital in Greenville, NC.