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"My dream is to work with Spiderman to find a cure for cancer. Then Spiderman and me will web ourselves hospital to hospital and pass out toys to all the sick children and make them all better. And then we will give all the kids the book If You Give a Moose a Muffin. When we are done doing this, there won't be any more sick kids." Luke (age 6)

Team Luke was established in January 2008 in honor of Luke Andritsch, a 3 year old battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). Team Luke was formed as a way to give back to the community, who was giving so much to the family, in order to help them get through a very challenging time in their life. Since Luke's completion with treatment in July 2010, Team Luke has evolved into an 501c(3) organization, committed to giving back and giving hope to those facing challenging times. We support and raise money to improve treatments for blood cancer, and ultimately find a cure. We provide multiple opportunities to allow children, and their families, the opportunity to create, cope and heal, through the gift of music. Critically ill children receive "Rhythm Pax", a canvas sack filled with age appropriate percussion instruments, as well as music related items. The therapeutic benefits to music are endless, and allow families to cope and be together, while creating and enjoying the gift of music.

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