We are in uncertain days right now but that doesn't stop our need to raise awareness and funds to cure Cystic Fibrosis. These individuals are at high risk due to their health. We are 46 days till we will be virtually walking to make CF stand for Cure Found. With the help of many I am just over 1/2 way to my goal. Kudos to those who have stepped up early to help. This cannot be accomplished without the help of everyone. Team Whitbred is striding for all with Cystic Fibrosis so help us stay strong and live strong.
Thank you in advance to those who have responded early and generously. It is much appreciated as are ALL donations. No donation is too big or too small. They all add up for a win for all & to allow CFF to make Great Strides in finding the cure.
We are in this to the end – we will find a cure and CF will stand for Cure Found very soon if you will help us reach our goal. The Team photo shows one of the reasons I Stride – the "Why I Stride" is really why…. It is because of my son-in-law (Jon) and the family he and my daughter have created.
I would like to update you on how your money is helping.... Jon have never felt better & he has actually regained some lung capacity which he never thought he could. This is all because people step up & donate. It truly is helping Jon & many others.
Please support the Great Strides Walk for Cystic Fibrosis and make sure CF will very soon stand for Cure Found!
Your gift is 100-percent tax deductible (to the extent the law permits). You may also be able to double your gift with a company match - please check to see if they do (you can check this on the main CF website). Your gift will help add tomorrows to the lives of people with Cystic Fibrosis by supporting life-saving research (which my son-in-law participates in as often as he can).
Thank you again for all the generous support everyone has shown. Let's stride to keep the donations coming, please & share this with at least one other person please.
I knew about CF a very long time ago but never thought it would be a part of our family. I have watched the changes in Jon as he has struggled with living a “normal” life and all that comes with that. While he participates in as many clinical trials as possible to help others, he has to also take good care of himself which requires getting up very early to exercise, take lots of meds, try to eat healthy, do meds again at night and be pounded or wear the shaky vest (which he hates). It takes away time in his day making family time even more precious.
May you and your families be blessed as you chose to help other live their life as “normal” as possible. There are new patients every year but new advances in treatments every year as well due to generous donations.
Karen Kearney & Team Whitbred thank you for your very generous donation & prayers!