Can you believe Hayden is finishing up his 2nd year at GA Tech? Can you believe that he is about to start a summer job that will give him the opportunity to travel in the US and abroad?
This is a scenario I never would have imagined for Hayden when he was diagnosed with CF at 7 days old. The future his doctor described was bleak-medications, breathing treatments, hospital stays, and a shortened life span of only mid-30's. To say the least, it was heart breaking to hear.
Well guess what? Hayden has defied the odds, and his daily life is pretty similar to other "healthy" college students. Why? Could be luck? Could be circumstances?
What I know without doubt-Hayden has defied the odds because he has benefited from innovative medications made possible by donations to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Fundraising for the CF Foundation on behalf of "Hayden's Team" continues to be critical because Hayden still needs a cure. Hayden needs your donation today.
When you donate to the CF Foundation you give:
1. Funding for amazingly successful medical progress that has lengthened the lives of people living with CF (the average life expectancy of a child born with CF has doubled in the last 25 years due primarily to drug development sponsored and overseen by the CF Foundation!)
2. Funding for innovative, groundbreaking treatments that improve the lives of people living with CF (there are over 30 drugs and therapies in various stages of clinical trials!).
3, Hope (see that whole mid 30's thing above, ah, NOPE! NOT ACCEPTABLE. Am I right, or am I right?).
4. One day, a cure (this is where the blowing horn emoji goes!)!
If you can spare $5, it will make a difference (and I will be grateful). Will you make a donation today?
And if you want to show your support by walking with us (in person this year!) on Sat., May 20 at Suwanee Town Center, Hayden's Team always has room for more teammates.
We need you in this fight with us! Thank you for your support!
In hopes of a cure,