Welcome!

Volunteers are the key to our success, and we encourage you to get involved! Whether you join a committee and help get sponsors for an event, recruit companies to put together walk teams or volunteer time in our office, you help us achieve our mission—curing and controlling cystic fibrosis. Take a moment to see what a difference you can make by supporting events throughout the year. Together, we can continue adding tomorrows every day to the lives of people with CF.

Check out all of our upcoming main events below, as well as our many wonderful volunteer events listed in the "In The Spotlight" section at the bottom of the page!

 Calendar

Chapter Events

Great Strides

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Register Today and Take Great Strides!

Join us for a day of fun and camaraderie as tens of thousands of people across the country take Great Strides! Click here to see where there are walk sites in our area.



Events  - (1 to 4 of 4 matches)
July 2014
  07/13/14 -
  07/14/14
September 2014
  09/07/14
  
Register
  09/20/14
  
October 2014
  10/03/14
  
Register
 
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In the Spotlight

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Annual Volunteer Appreciation Reception

On Thursday, February 6, 2014, the Northern Ohio Chapter hosted volunteer leaders from throughout the area to honor them for their past & current support of the CF Foundation. Click here to read more!

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Paul Theodore Raises $10,000 for CF Research
On Friday, January 31, 2014, Paul Theodore pulled his muscular 185-pound body up to a bar to attempt to break the current Guinness Book of World Record of 4,030 pull-ups done in 24 hours. Click HERE to read more about Theo's story!

News and Events

07/22/2014   CF Foundation Provides New Health Education Resources on Infection Prevention and Control for CF Community
07/11/2014   CF Foundation Featured at Congressional Hearing on Patients’ Involvement in Drug Development
07/02/2014   Updated Infection Prevention and Control Guidelines for Cystic Fibrosis Now Published Online
07/01/2014   CF Foundation Teen Advocates Share Their CF Stories with Members of Congress
06/24/2014   Phase 3 Combination Studies of Ivacaftor (Kalydeco) and Lumacaftor (VX-809) Show Positive Results in Most Common CF Mutation