Redskin Garcon and Paisano's are helping 'Princess' Tara beat cancer
Susan L. Ruth is a long-time Washington, DC resident with...
WASHINGTON, September 6, 2013 — Tara Sankner, also known as Princess Tara, became somewhat of a local celebrity in Chantilly, Virginia a suburb of Washington D.C. when the residents lined the street on May 3, 2013 in a flash mob to cheer the princess and her royal court.
Now she is becoming well known to the Washington Redskins as well.
The kindnesses of others has helped make a difficult time a little more tolerable.
Two of those people are Washington Redskins wide receiver, Pierre Garcon and CEO of local pizzeria Paisano’s, Fouad Qreitem. Qreitem had wanted to do something for
Every Tuesday in September, Paisano’s will donate 10 percent of any order directly to Tara’s family if the customer mentions the campaign. The money will go to help the family with Tara’s medical expenses. Additionally, the customer who orders the most during the regular football season will get their food delivered by Pierre Garcon.
Garcon has also pledged to donate $2,500 toward Tara’s medical expenses for every touchdown he scores against
Stillbrave is an organization dedicated to helping children with cancer and their families with non-medical assistance during treatment in the
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