Businesses Asked to Honor Tristan, Support Kids Grief Camp   

The family of baby Tristan Schulz, who was killed while being pushed in a stroller through a crosswalk in Lansdowne in 2016, is asking Loudoun businesses to support a camp for children experiencing grief.

They are asking that participating businesses pledge to donate 5 percent of their proceeds from Saturday, March 17, which would have been Tristan’s 2nd birthday. The donations can be sent directly to Comfort Zone Camp through the website comfortzonecamp.org/giving. Participating businesses are asked to mention Tristan’s Light or Tristan Schulz for the reason for their donation.

Rodney and Mindy Schulz said they saw firsthand the help and healing Comfort Zone Camp provided their older son after he lost his baby brother Tristan.

Learn more at facebook.com/bestillbelove.

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