In a remarkable show of support, Downtown Dallas witnessed a heartwarming gathering on Saturday as hundreds of people gathered at Bank of America Plaza to take part in the 15th annual Big Climb Dallas.
This noble event has become a symbol of hope and resilience for many, raising funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, which is dedicated to enhancing the lives of cancer survivors and finding a cure for cancer.
The participants included an incredible mix of people, with firefighters climbing the tower in full gear, families climbing together, and several businesses sponsoring the event.
Among the crowd were cancer survivors, such as Ashley Beane, who joined the climb with her family, calling it a “celebration of her recovery.” “We’ve all survived it and we’re here to raise money for others,” she added.
The Big Climb Dallas has already raised over $315,000, with contributions pouring in from the participants, sponsors, and supporters.
This event is a perfect example of people coming together to create a positive impact on society and to support a cause that affects us all. As the event drew to a close, the spirit of the occasion continued to resonate through the city, with hope and determination on the rise.