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Nashville, TN – Nashville General Hospital recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the rededication of the Robert Hardy Cancer Clinic that was made possible through the generous donations from Team Chad. The organization is dedicated to continue to fight leukemia in the same passionate way the organization’s namesake, Chad Welch did before he lost his battle with the disease in June of 2007. Since Chad’s death the family has vowed to continue the fight even as Chad fought his own battle with leukemia.

Prior to the ribbon cutting ceremony and tour of the clinic, a luncheon was held where Nashville General CEO, Dr. Joseph Webb thanked Team Chad for their contribution and recognized the organization for their commitment to finding ways to help those battling cancer. Team Chad funded $70,600 towards the renovation and opening of the Robert Hardy Cancer Clinic. (Story from the Nashville Tribune, Thursday Nov. 24th, 2016

Learn more about how Team Chad is helping others here.






Here's an uplifiting story produced by NEWS 2, WKRN TV in Nashville that tells about how Team Chad helped a woman battling cancer. Suffering job loss and economic hardship as a result of her condition, her feelings of frustration and despair were over-shadowed by hope and support in the form of her community and Team Chad. Play the video below for the rest of the story. Learn more about how Team Chad is helping others here.




June 29th, 2014, Chatanooga TN - Joe Goodman's been there from the beginning for the Nashville-based charity. He was there when his stepson, Chad Welch, was diagnosed with acute mylogenous leukemia in 2005. He was there two years later when Chad lost his fight with the disease at the unthinkably young age of 30...

The story continues while Joe is attending the 52nd and final race of the Team Chad Triathlon Fundraiser, watching Team Chad's David Callahan cross the finish line. Read the complete article online or download it here.

Congratulations to David Callahan and Team Chad for completing 52 Races in 52 weeks to continue Chad's fight against Leukemia. You can read more about the Triathlons here at David's Blog.

June 6th, 2014, Nashville TN - The Tennesseean recently published a story about Team Chad board member, David Callahan, who is competing in 52 triathlons in 12 months to raise money and awareness for Team Chad. David is an avid triathlete and endeavoring to race 1000 miles in one year. Get the rest of the story here and learn more about the Triathlon Fundraiser here.

WSMV TV News Story - Team Chad from Team Chad on Vimeo.