Will Hoffman and his team aim to raise $150,000 for the Children’s Tumor Foundation.
His son Liam's diagnosis with neurofibromatosis fuels Will's determination.
Neurofibromatosis triggers non-cancerous tumors and causes learning and movement difficulties.
Will and his wife actively support the Neurofibromatosis Clinics Association and raise funds for research.
Despite challenges, 12-year-old Liam participates in karate and embraces his father's love for running.
After foot surgery, Liam plans to recruit 100 people for the Pittsburgh 5K.
Will hopes to inspire his children through their journey with neurofibromatosis.
The community of runners has united to support the cause, showcasing the power of collective action.
Will's running isn't solely for personal fulfillment but to make a positive impact on the world.
The Hoffman family's story exemplifies resilience, hope, and community support.