Tumornators, a nonprofit organization bringing awareness to two rare, genetic disoders -- Neurofibromatosis and Schwannomatosis -- held its annual fundraiser over the weekend.
Money raised goes to benefit the Children's Tumor Foundation in honor of Drew Leathers. As a child, he was diagnosed with Schwannomatosis, which cause painful tumors.
The fourth annual trick-or-treating event took place Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Lilburn Greenway Trail.
As part of the event, the public can now vote on their favorite pet costume by clicking here: http://534863749342962478.weebly.com/. Voting ends midnight on Halloween.
So far, the nonprofit has raised $1,475 through the contest.
"Any dollar amount is fine," said Fran Cone, Leathers' mother an organizer of the event. "You never know which dollar will find the cure."
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