About CF Climb
Step-up to the challenge and climb with us at the 5th Annual CF Stair Climb!
Challenge your family, friends and co-workers to join you as you climb all 54
floors (1,245 steps) to the roof of the Figueroa at Wilshire building in
Downtown Los Angeles. Whether climbing for a winning time or to simply cross the
finish line, this event is an awesome challenge for all.
You can race to the top or climb at your own pace, but more importantly you'll be playing a vital role in the fight against cystic fibrosis. Once you reach the top, enjoy a celebration with food, drinks, entertainment and event awards at the Survivors' Party!
We ask that you raise a minimum of $150 to participate in the CF Stair Climb through your personal and social media campaigns. Additionally, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation sets you up with a webpage so that friends and family can donate to your page.
With the help of volunteers like you, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is able to fund vital research and therapies for those affected by CF. Registration fees are not tax deductible and do not count towards the fund-raising minimum and are non-refundable and non-transferable. Your minimum pledge requirement is tax deductible and must be turned in on or before event date.
If your minimum pledge requirement has not been met, you will have the option of providing a credit card, check or cash on event day. You will have one month after the event to submit the remaining balance before your credit card is charged.
For more information about the 5th Annual CF Stair Climb or for sponsorship opportunities, please contact Rebecca Swisher at (323) 939-0758 or email@example.com
Learn more about other CF Climb events across the country.
Volunteer for CF Climb
Would you like to join the volunteer team or do you know someone who would enjoy being a part of a winning team? There are many skill-enhancing and fun volunteer opportunities to experience. The contribution of each volunteer helps make CF Climb more enjoyable and it helps raise funds to cure cystic fibrosis.Become a Volunteer