As we look forward to 2018, our President and CEO, Preston W. Campbell, III, M.D., shares a special holiday message to the cystic fibrosis community.
The top 10 most-read blog posts of 2016 cover a range of topics and demonstrate the diversity of the cystic fibrosis community.
As I join the Foundation as chief operating officer, I look forward to taking the time to hear as many community voices as I can, to learn from all you have done and to engage to help do my part.
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.
Many individuals and organizations are out there serving people with CF and their families in their daily lives. Through the new Impact Grant program, the Foundation will fund individuals or organizations who have a program or project that benefits the community.
As we reflect on 2016, we are so thankful to our friends around the country, dedicated researchers, care center professionals, volunteers and, most of all, those of you living with CF.
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.
Through a new Speaker Series, the Foundation invites people with cystic fibrosis and their families to the national office to share their stories and help Foundation employees better connect with members of our community.
Dana Handler, an intern with the Foundation's advocacy team, recounts her experience and explains her renewed confidence that we'll find a cure for cystic fibrosis.
With the opportunity to broaden our scope, we are opening up everything we do to people living with CF -- and we want to hear from you.