Join our team and help us get one step closer to a cure for cystic fibrosis – a rare, genetic, life-shortening disease that makes it difficult to breathe.
With supporters like you by our side, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation continues to lead the way in the fight against CF, fueling extraordinary medical and scientific progress. The life expectancy of someone born with CF has doubled in the last 30 years!! This is in large part due to the new treatments and medications that have been invented thanks to generous donations from supporters like you!
We are so blessed to have Abram in our Family! Things haven't always been easy, but we are incredibly grateful for modern medicine that has aided his health. His nebulizer treatments, vest clearance system, and antibiotics, along with his amazing CF medical team team have helped keep him as healthy as possible. And a year and an half ago, he started his newest medicine, TRICAFTA! This medication is the first of its kind and was developed because of donations raised from events like this! It has truly changed his life, giving him the potential to live a long, full life! THIS is why we fundraise and walk!
Will you join us?
Great Strides is a fun event that provides a fantastic opportunity for family, friends, students, and colleagues to come together to make a difference in the lives of people with CF.
To participate, just click on the "Join our Team" button. From there, you can make a donation and start fundraising.
By joining our Great Strides team and making a donation, you will be part of a tenacious and passionate group of people committed to ending this disease. Together, let’s make CF stand for Cure Found!
IMPORTANT NOTE ON ATTENDANCE AT FOUNDATION EVENTS:
Updated July 5th, 2023
The CF Foundation is committed to ensuring the health and wellbeing of individuals attending Foundation events. Individuals attending CF Foundation events must abide by the Foundation's Event Attendance Policy www.cff.org/attendancepolicy, which includes guidance for event attendees living with cystic fibrosis.