In addition to attending special events, making a major gift, or becoming a monthly donor, there are other ways to give to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. You can help support our important work by making a gift today.
When I was growing up, having a positive cystic fibrosis diagnosis did not automatically mean that I got the care and treatments I needed. It wasn't until my 22nd birthday, when I was in poor health, that I decided I needed to get healthy and speak out for myself.
My advice to all of you … CONNECT, CONNECT, CONNECT with others who share your passion in the fight against cystic fibrosis.
Being a part of the CF Foundation has given me so much more than I could have ever imagined. That is why my wife, Nanette, and I have made a commitment to people with cystic fibrosis for years to come by making a legacy gift, an enduring statement of our values.
Today I am proud to introduce More Than CF. Your struggles, your achievements, your routines and the small surprises of your every day breathe life into the Foundation's work. You can get involved by sharing your experiences with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and by searching #morethanCF.
In just four short years, Karen Sani has become the ultimate CF Foundation teamMATE at the Northeastern New York Chapter. She is an inspirational volunteer who motivates everyone around her to support those with cystic fibrosis.
Ever wonder about an aspect of cystic fibrosis that you would love someone to research? Find out how you can submit a question in our first community-driven research project.
As a member of the IT department at the CF Foundation, it's easy to sometimes feel disconnected from the people we serve. This is why the Foundation's Speaker Series, which recently featured the story of Sara and Michael Dun, is so meaningful.
Why did so many people “take a breath for CF” last week? Uniting action and purpose catapults #TakeaBreathforCF, with some help from your favorite celebrities.
A top priority for the next administration and Congress is health care reform. As an adult living with cystic fibrosis, I've been wondering what this will mean for me, our community and our ability to access high-quality, affordable care.