Cherubs - The Association Of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Research
Rating: 4.8 stars 176 reviews
Issues: Health, Cancer
Location: 3650 Rogers Rd #290 var sc_project=9167094; var sc_invisible=1 Wake Forest NC 27587 USA
Results: CHERUBS 2012 Milestones and Accomplishments: * $20,000 in CDH Research Grants awarded * New Executive Board of Directors * New Parent Advisory Board * New Medical Advisory Board * New Vice-President, Ashley Barry * New Secretary, Lauren Campbell * New Treasurer, Kelly Green-Krist * Senate Bill S.3396 Introduced * Parade of Cherubs on April 19th in Washington DC to Capitol Hill * Members met with the offices of over 25 Senators * April 19th CDH Day of Awareness * Parades of Cherubs on April 19th in Chicago, Seattle, Portland, Denver, St. Louis, Peoria * UK Light up The Night on April 19th * First ever Virtual CDH Awareness Parade on April 19th * 2012 CDH Conference in San Francisco * New CHERUBS Web Site * New Facebook Forums Application created * $10,000 CDH Research Grant awarded to CHOP on December 30th (by votes) * Another $10,000 CDH Research Grant awarded to DHREAMS on December 30th * First ever Facebook Grant Contest held by a CDH charity * Over 300 care packages sent to families through our CDH HOPE Totebag project * CDH families represented at the American Pediatric Surgical Association conference * Our 2012 National Children's Memorial Day tribute honored the memories over 1000 cherubs * Texas Get-Together * Ohio Picnic * UK Get-Together in Scotland * Chicago CDH Carnival * Pennsylvania / NJ / Delaware Picnic * Denver Picnic * Indiana Get-Together * Washington Zoo Trip * Oregon members met with Senators * Oregon members represent CDH families at the opening of Randall Children's Hospital * Over 900 raffle tickets sold for the 50/50 CDH Research Raffle raising $9000 for Research * Over 10,000 Facebook Fans reached * Over 10,000 signatures reached on CDH Research Bill petition * Over 18,000 people reached in one post on Facebook * 2012 Silver Lining Newsletter Published * 2012 CDH Awareness Video * Day of 2012 CDH Awareness Video * Participated in televised Raleigh Christmas Parade * CHERUBS members in Claremont, NC Christmas Parade * CHERUBS members in Snoqualmie Days Parade * It's a Knock-Out UK Fundraiser * Masquerading Angels Ball * UK Formal Ball * CDH Awareness Calendar featuring over 1300 CDH patients * Save the Cherubs CDH Awareness Calendar * First CDH Awareness Calendar in the United Kingdom * Won Shane Co. charity contest * Won the JuJuBelle Facebook contest * Our CDH Awareness Ribbon included in St. Louis Cardinals Game to raise money for St. Louis hospital * Washington Mud Run Fundraiser * Enter Stage Left Fundraiser * UK Fishing Competition Fundraiser * Rockin' for Aidan Fundraiser * CHERUBS joins Google+, Chirpify, Pinterest, Instagram * CDH Fundraising Kits created * Cooking With Cherubs cookbook project begun * Participated in the San Francisco, Boston and Baltimore Marathons
Target demographics: families of babies born with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
Geographic areas served: International
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As the director of the Pediatric Surgical Research Laboratories at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) (Boston, MA) and the Principal Investigator of a research study entitled, Gene Mutations and Rescue in Human Diaphragmatic Hernia, (based at MGH and Boston Children’s Hospital) that aims to understand better the genetic causes of congenital diaphragmatic hernia and pulmonary hypoplasia, our group has been honored to work with the CHERUBS association for over 6 years. CHERUBS has provided enormous support to many of our local New England families, as well as to those we have recruited both nationally and internationally. We look forward to presenting our research and interacting with new and returning families at the annual CHERUBS conferences. Dawn Williamson’s professionalism in initiating and sheparding this dedicated group and their support of our genetic research has made an enormous impact on our efforts towards devising novel treatments for CDH and associated abnormalities of lung development.
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