Celebrating 9 Months of CCF's Remarkable Achievements!

Celebrating 9 Months of CCF's Remarkable Achievements!

🌟 Nine Months of Unwavering Commitment and Incredible Achievements at CCF 🌟

As we reflect on the past nine months, we are awestruck by the boundless energy, passion, and drive displayed by each one of our volunteers and members. Your dedication has not just kept our mission alive but has made it thrive.

From the establishment of the Coleen Cunningham Foundation in January to bridging continents through our Zoom support group meetings, the foundation’s heart and soul have been its community. A special round of applause for Kate Borgert, whose dynamism and prowess have made our gatherings a place of understanding and support.

The Awareness Walk and the phenomenal funds raised for Rossy PSP is a testament to our community’s determination. And as we celebrate our milestones, like the launch of the Respite Care Grant and our ever-growing repository of informative content, we must thank each one of you for sharing, contributing, and supporting.

A warm welcome to January Bailey Will - we are exhilarated about the vision and direction you bring to our journey. And speaking of journeys, our online assistive device exchange initiative is a beacon of hope for many, ensuring accessibility and convenience for families.

Each of the over 100 requests we responded to represents a promise kept, a community strengthened, and a life touched.

As we move forward, know that every step we take is powered by your belief and dedication. The road ahead is long, but with your continued support, there’s no challenge too big. Here’s to more milestones, and here’s to each one of you - our pillars of strength.

Let’s keep soaring! Because with the CCF community by our side, indeed, the best is yet to come. 🌟

Thank you!
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