Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Very neat wanted to share: SPINA BIFIDA AWARENESS

I was excited when I found this because I really wanted to find something to participate in helping spread awareness and raising money to understand this disease better so here it is...

So we just missed the WALK-N-ROLL for Spina Bifida and it was the first time for them to do it here in Arizona. So I just wanted to say next year we will for sure participate in this to help raise money and spread awareness. I thought it was important to let everyone else out there know about this even though it's a year away for next year.

Welcome to the Spina Bifida Association of Arizona, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization working to enhance the quality of life for those living with Spina Bifida as well as promoting the prevention.

2009 Walk-n-Roll for Spina Bifida
Dear Participants, Donors, & Sponsors:

Thank you all for the time, money and support you gave on October 31st and before to help make our first annual Walk-N-Roll for Spina Bifida successful! Because of your dedication and work we were able to collect over $31,000 and counting! We are excited to add this new event to the current line of events that we provide here in Arizona.

The Spina Bifida Association of Arizona is dedicated in promoting the awareness of Spina Bifida as well as helping make life a little easier for all those affected. Now because of all your hard work we will be able to improve the programs and services provided.

We are grateful for the generosity of all our sponsors that helped make this event possible. With the help of our presenting sponsor, SBGenetics along with all other sponsors we were able to end Spina Bifida Awareness month with a bang. Thank you Hard Rock Café AZ, Trader Joes, Dunkin Donuts, TropicalSno as well as all other sponsors who made this event possible.

We are also grateful for the support of all the volunteers that helped with the setup and logistics of the event, including all board of directors with their tireless efforts.

Ben Scanlan
Chair, SBAAZ Board of Directors


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