Eleven years ago I became an Uncle to an amazing little boy, Charlie! He was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis shortly after birth. With the help of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation along with his wonderful team of doctors and amazing parents, he is doing awesome! This is all made possible by the people who have so generously donated to this cause including all my friends & family! I'm reaching out again to ask for your support. So many advances have been made in the past years that I have been doing this fundraiser. Please consider contributing so these advances can continue.
I will be walking again this year in the 2023 Great Strides Walk at the Cleveland Zoo on Saturday, May 20th. I am once again asking that you help support me in reaching my fundraising goal by donating. I know that things are crazy in our world right now, however your support is still needed. Any amount will help!
There are approximately 30,000 Americans living with cystic fibrosis. They are moms, dads, sisters, brothers, daughters, sons, friends and co-workers who struggle every day just to breathe.
Real progress has been made in the search for a cure, but the lives of people with CF are still cut far too short. There still is no cure for this devastating disease. By walking today, I am helping add tomorrows to the lives of people living with cystic fibrosis. Will you join me? Support me by making a donation to my Great Strides fundraising campaign today!
Great Strides is a fun, family-friendly event that raises awareness and support for people with CF and their families.
Please support me!
Help me reach my fundraising goal by donating to my Great Strides fundraising campaign. Your gift will help add tomorrows to the lives of people with cystic fibrosis by supporting life-saving research and medical progress. Your gift is 100-percent tax deductible.
I normally don't hit people up for donations, but this cause (and my nephew, Charlie) are far too important. Any donation you can make is very much appreciated!
Please help me add tomorrows not only for my nephew but for all of those affected by this disease.