Fri, Mar 01 | The Side Quest

Cancer Fund for Tricia of CLEfoodies & Wok N Roll

Tricia loses her baby maker but gains a GoFundMe.
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Cancer Fund for Tricia of CLEfoodies & Wok N Roll

Time & Location

Mar 01, 2019, 7:00 PM
The Side Quest, 17900 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood, OH, USA

About The Event

Our dear friend and Side Quester Tricia, aka Wok N Roll / CLEfoodies, has been diagnosed with cancer for a second time. She is currently facing a tough battle, but she is one of the strongest women we know. In order to take the added stress of her medical bills out of the picture, the community is coming together to raise money to help with all her medical expenses, so she can focus her energy on recovering from surgery and starting chemotherapy. (You can read more about Tricia's story below).

Join Tricia, The Side Quest, and the Foodie Community on March 1st to raise funds for Tricia's recovery.

Raffle Baskets

Silent Auction

SQ will donate 15% of sales during the event.

Raffle Sponsors:

The Cuddle Cult

Lake Witch

The Side Quest

Fear's Confections

Pope's Kitchen

Cleveland Burlesque

El Carnicero / Momocho

If you can’t make it, but would still like to donate, the GoFundMe is here: https://www.gofundme.com/6qb6m3c

If you would like to donate a raffle basket, please contact Kelly Quest at marketingsidequest [@] gmail . com or via Facebook PM.

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Tricia's Story:

Tricia thought her cancer story was behind her in 2013 after winning a battle with Thyroid cancer. This experience motivated her to start her well-known Instagram blog, CLEfoodies followed by Wok N Roll Food Truck. In the years since, she put her head down and worked hard to showcase many talented Cleveland restaurants as well as help entrepreneurs and students learn how to use social media to get ahead.

Things were going well until the day after Christmas when her doctor called to tell her she had cancer once again. This time she managed to simultaneously get uterine and ovarian cancer which resulted in her having to have a complete hysterectomy. She is about to start chemotherapy treatments and has an estimated six month recovery time. It’s hard to believe how many bills she has already received as this just started in late December, and unfortunately there will be many more in the up and coming months.

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