Bradi Brewer Family
Meet Bradi! She is a wife, and the mother of a darling little girl. She was diagnosed with Stage 4 Low-Grade Serous Carcinoma (ovarian cancer) in August of 2021. To say it has changed her life would be an understatement! The last year and a half have been a complete whirlwind of surgeries and hospital stays. After two failed attempts at prolonging her life with surgery, she had a successful, complete hysterectomy and debulking surgery in October 2022 and was in the hospital for 43 days. Bradi has undergone countless blood transfusions, ER visits, 14 rounds of grueling chemotherapy and endured side effects including losing her hair, losing the ability to have children, and so much more.
This has been a life-changing experience for Bradi, in the worst and best ways. She can honestly say she’s had more good days than bad days and it’s because of the support and love that’s been shown to her and her family!
Walli would like to show our love and support to Bradi and her family. On February 22nd, we will be hosting a Walli Gives Back event on their behalf. Please us the code “walligivesback” for 15% off your order on the 22nd, one day only.
When Walli Cases was created, owners Nick and Jenna Emery were recently married and both emerging from what they would describe as the darkest times of their lives. They are both passionate about reaching out to others in need because of the huge outpouring of love and support they received during their trials. Nick had gone through a divorce, and Jenna became a widow with an 8-month-old son. And more recently, Jenna lost her mother to cancer, and her big brother. When they created Walli Cases, they wanted to help others feel the same hope and encouragement, and the Walli Gives Back program was created. Each month, Walli chooses multiple families and organizations to support. To date Walli Gives Back has gifted over $350,000. This quote by Natalie Norton sums up why they are both devoted to “giving back” to others in their time of need: “There is always a light. Find it. Follow it. And then turn around and shine it as brightly as you can for those still feeling their way through the darkness.”