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Monday, April 22, 2013

Great Strides 2013 ~ Gear up!

We are less than a month away from the Atlanta Great Strides walk benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. We have less than a month to try and reach our lofty team goal of $8000.00. We are more than half way there, but are still in need of some major help. 

This is Team Bryce Bryce Baby's 5th year participating in this family fun event. Please consider supporting Team Bryce Bryce Baby in this years walk. Any amount gets us closer to our goal and closer to making CF stand for Cure Found. If I didn't fully believe in what the CFF does with the funds they raise I would not make the commitment to participate in this event each and every year. 

The CFF IS making "Great Strides" in creating better lives for those living with cystic fibrosis. So many fantastic (and pretty mind blowing) medications are either available or hopefully soon to be available to our CF community. The research for these life changing drugs would not be possible if it weren't for what the CFF is doing for this community. Bryce is just a little over a year away from turning 6 which means he is a little over a year from being able to take Kalydeco.  The success of Kalydeco has been possible because of the funds raised through events like the Great Strides walk. 
Click here to see the Drug Development Pipeline.

So take a moment and click on the link below to see our fundraising page. Again, any amount is appreciated. You can even sign up to walk with us on May 18th. The walk is a fun event for all ages and you are provided a delicious lunch afterwards. Team Bryce Bryce Baby is always looking for people to join us at the walk! 

We do all this fundraising for this guy right here. 

We also do it for all the friends we have made in the CF community over the years that have become a second family to us. So many awesome kids (and adults!) working hard to kick this very complex disease's butt! 

Thanks so much for the continued support and prayers. 
We appreciate each and every one of you.

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