My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Cystic Fibrosis Research Inc, Palo Alto, CA, USA
This group of amazing people are working very hard to find a cure and save my 11 year old sons life and the lives of so many others! This research is so important to the CF community. This organization raises funds desperately needed to help people with CF to stay alive as well as something most of us do everyday without thinking anything of it, breathe! This group does wonderful things for the people with CF and their families, it has given us hope! They have raised so much awareness about the disease, so many people whom were not aware of CF are now aware of it and are now helping us work to find a cure for our loved ones. We would by no means be where we are in the CF world without the help from all of the donors and with out the resources from our donors to allow the amazing research teams to help find all of the new and wonderful treatments they have discovered while working to find a cure! We need them to continue to be funded so they can continue to save lives! My son, Carson, depends on them! The entire CF community and their families depend on this organization! They are the reason we have came so far! My son will be 12 in September, it is unbelievable how far the treatments, life expectancy, and research has came in just my sons lifetime! We are the closest to a cure than we could have ever imagined just 10 years ago! And for us to make CF stand for "Cure Found" and not Cystic Fibrosis, we need to keep up the research that this nonprofit organization works so hard on! This organization has changed my son's life, my life, my families life and so many others lives in such a positive way, the leaps and bounds that have been made over the years would be no where close to where they are now without this organization! Thanks for all you do to help my son and others to live and "breathe easy"!
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