Adri – Bell Ringing

Adri has been a fighter throughout her treatment to knock out cancer. Listen to her voice as she sings her fight song. It's time to Step Up with Adri by following this link and donating. http://bit.ly/2PxuMzi. #StepUpWithPCH #ChildhoodCancerAwareness

Posted by Phoenix Children's Hospital Foundation on Monday, September 10, 2018

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