My CF Climb Story
I am participating (again) in the CF Climb this year which will be held on July 22nd at the Bronco Stadium in Denver CO. We choose to raise money for this event because Kennedy was born with this rare life threatening disease that she inherited from me and her father (70,000 people in world have Cystic Fibrosis).
Every year when I write this email, it forces me to stop and think about her disease and try to put into words the impact the money we raise may have on her life. It’s also a time when I appreciate the continued support of my friends, family and coworkers. Without you, Kennedy wouldn’t have the hope of a cure in her lifetime.
I raise money for my daughter, Kennedy. She loves sleepovers, kittens, singing, and playing soccer. Kennedy has Cystic Fibrosis which is a disease that slowly robs people of their ability to breathe, due to thicker than normal mucus that can turn normal colds into chronic lung infections and lead to irreversible loss of lung function and lung transplants. She has the additional complication of being diagnosed with CF related liver disease.
By participating in the CF Climb, I am helping to add tomorrows to the lives of people living with Cystic Fibrosis. Will you support me by either signing up to climb with me or making a donation to my CF Climb campaign today!