On Oct. 4, the Warren Alpert Foundation honored five CF scientists, including Dr. Francis Collins, for their trailblazing work in CF research. The Foundation received special acknowledgement for our role in driving this progress, marking the first time that an organization has been recognized by the Alpert Foundation.
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation awarded U.S. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) the Breath of Life Legislator Award on Nov. 3 for her leadership in ensuring that people with cystic fibrosis have access to the adequate, affordable care they need to live full and healthy lives.
On April 7, the Foundation presented the Alex, Jena, and Dream Big Awards to leaders in the cystic fibrosis community for their dedication to the Foundation's mission of finding a cure.
We’re spotlighting six authors who have written books based on their experiences with cystic fibrosis. Check out what writing about CF has meant for them, and what they hope their readers will learn from reading their stories.
HM Insurance Group (HM) raises nearly $40,000 through sharing the emotional 65 Roses® story and selling roses at their national sales conference.
CARSTAR was recognized as a National Corporate Champion and was presented the Rising Star Award at the 16th annual Volunteer Leadership Conference in San Diego.
For the second year, Mastercard® becomes the Greater New York Chapter's top corporate sponsor thanks to two senior-level executives personally affected by cystic fibrosis who initially connected employees to the mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Choate Construction's 9th annual Cars & 'Q for the Cause raised over $435,400 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, serving as a role model for corporations looking to integrate philanthropy into their business model.
Coping with cystic fibrosis as a child led to depression. Creativity -- especially singing -- helped me find myself and led to my auditioning for The Voice Australia.
We’re highlighting six creators who are helping raise awareness of cystic fibrosis. By sharing parts of their life with CF on paper or on screen, they’re voicing the variety of ways that people experience the disease.