Thank you for joining us on September 1, 2020, for our first virtual edition of An Evening with a Legend, presented by Wells Fargo. This annual event benefits Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers — the nation’s largest pediatric cancer and hematology program, treating all children regardless of their families’ ability to pay. With your generous support, this year’s event helped us raise over $480,000 in critical funds for patients with cancer and blood disorders!
We were honored to feature an inspiring interview with legendary Nick Saban, Head Football Coach for the University of Alabama. Emmy-award winning ESPN host Chris Fowler interviewed Coach Saban on his achievements and unique journey both on and off the field. If you were unable to tune in for the live interview, you can view the recorded event here.
A sincere thank you to our 2020 An Evening with a Legend Co-Chairs, Julie Bergen and Kathy Zay, as well as our Honorary Chairs, Cindy and Robert Blevins and Kristi and George Lindahl. Many thanks as well to our incredible Underwriting Sponsor, Wells Fargo, for their unwavering and continued support for Texas Children’s Hospital.
If you have any questions or would like more information about this event, please contact the Office of Philanthropy at email@example.com or 832-824-6917.
If you were unable to join us for this year’s virtual event and would like to support the Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers, you can make a donation. Thank you for your generosity!
2020 Honorary Chairs
Cindy and Robert Blevins
Kristi and George Lindahl
2020 Event Co-Chairs
2018 – Shaquille O’Neal
2017 – Michael Phelps
2016 – Chancellor William H. McRaven
2015 – President George W. Bush
2013 – Paul Azinger, Butch Harmon, Mark O’Meara and Ken Venturi
2012 – Gloria Gaynor, Nile Rodgers and The Pointer Sisters
2011 – Robert Duvall
2010 – The Junction Boys of Texas A&M
2009 – Col. B. Aldrin, Capt. A. Bean, Capt. G. Cernan and Capt. J. Lovell
2008 – Denton A. Cooley, M.D.
2007 – Darrell K Royal
2006 – Roger Clemens
2005 – Lance Armstrong