August 10, 2012
APFED is wonderfully supportive and proactive organization for those of us who have unsuspectfully found ourselves belonging to the eosinophilic family. I met my first eo mom friend on the chat board - meaning the first person I could talk to that 'got' what I was saying and was going through with my son. That was five years ago and I've since met other families that have become friends as well. This year, I started to volunteer for APFED because I'm thankful for their continuing goal to keep us up-to-date on current information, for their campaigning on behalf of eosinophilic disorders, for their conferences, for their fundraising for much needed research, for being there in whatever capacity each of us may need. I wanted to be a part of it and help contribute. The staff members I have met are so dedicated and I am in awe of their dedication and generosity of the hours and hours they volunteer to APFED all in the name of helping even just one more patient. Thank you, APFED :)
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