After Event Report from Steven:
About 60 people came out for the “Walk To Help Rachel Breathe” – Burlington (including our primary physician Dr. Anne Knott and a bunch of our friends and medical providers). The event was absolutely a success that raised a total of $1210.66 (including the $130.00 that came in by online donations from people who couldn’t make the event). Wish I could remember everyone by name to thank you individually. But we are so grateful for this show of support.
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Please join us for a one-mile walk to raise funds and bring awareness to help Burlington resident Rachel Phillips receive a life-saving transplant of her collapsed airways using new tissue grown from her own stem cells. This is a breakthrough medical advancement which been performed fewer that a dozen times worldwide and never yet on an American. Rachel and her husband will Steven will need to go to Sweden for the operation as it has yet to be approved in the United States.
The walk will start and end at the Chase Mill Building on Mill Street next to the Winooski River (see map below). Refreshments will be served at the end of the walk. In case of inclement weather, prostate the event will be held in front of the Bayada Hospice office, 300 Chase Mill Building.
A special fund has been set up through Organic Church Community for donations. See the sidebar on the right for how to donate by credit card or by check or money order. Please make a note: “Medical Recovery Fund” on any checks or money orders. All funds collected will go for this purpose.
You may also wish to ask family, friends, and local businesses to sponsor you to raise funds. You can take information to local businesses and ask them to sponsor you either by matching your donation or, if they don’t have money to contribute, or let them know you will do the walk if the business will sponsor you.
If you would like to help in facilitating this event or for more information, please contact: Sonny Molyneux at email@example.com. To learn more about this remarkable story please go to the home page of HelpRachelBreathe.com.
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