Posts tagged with: 200k For Sma
Remember last year when the "Gwennie" duck was plucked from the water out of 1,007 rubber ducks at the Troy Strawberry Festival? Remember how Penny and Melissa from Beb-e-ssentials donated all of the $1,000 winnings to the GSF?Well, they are at it again. And get this -- the City of Troy and the...Read More >>
San Fernando Valley friends, mark your calendars --> Pizza at Fresh Brothers next Tuesday and 20% goes to the Gwendolyn Strong Foundation to help end the #1 genetic killer of babies! That's right --> eat pizza, raise funds for SMA research! Easy!
WHEN --> Tuesday, May 17th from 11 to 9WHERE -->... Read More >>
$8,110 was raised for the Gwendolyn Strong Foundation and our "$200K for SMA" campaign!!!A-mazing! Simply amazing! A big thank... Read More >>
The inspiring Jadon's Hope and Jim Baker are at it again! And with them you know it's going to be something BIG. As ifclimbing the 23,000 foot Mt. Aconcagua and raising over $45,000 for GSF's "$200K For SMA" fundraising campaign wasn't impressive enough, Jim Baker will be tackling the famous Mt....Read More >>
We are officially moved beyond words. Team Owen Simmons and all the amazing running that took place this Sunday to help fight Spinal Muscular Atrophy was simply incredible!!! Incredible. There is something just so selfless and poignant about people using their physical strength for those who...Read More >>
Taking a step back. Looking at the big picture. Making sure our direction is sensible and methodical. That is why we chose a pre-clinical model as our next research focus.
Over the past two years, the Gwendolyn Strong Foundation (GSF) has taken a laser-guided missile approach to funding research,...Read More >>
You already know that GSFs original "$200K for SMA" goal was far surpassed -- YEEHAW!!! But we aren't stopping there and we're as dedicated and motivated as ever to continue fundraising for promising Spinal Muscular Atrophy research programs! Are you?
So what's next for GSF and the "$200K for SMA"...Read More >>
Our good friends Lisa and Bob Wilcher own Killer B Fitness in Santa Barbara. You may know Bob Wilcher from his...Read More >>
We did it!
That's right, we ALL DID IT!
In just six months since launching the "$200K for SMA" fundraising challenge, the Gwendolyn Strong Foundation and FightSMA -- and all of our wonderful supporters -- not only raised $200,000 for gene therapy research -- we blew it out of the water! With...Read More >>
A big night of fun, a silent auction, T-shirt sales, corporate sponsorships, Belay Teams, and the tallest peak in the Western Hemisphere climbed = a massively successful fundraiser!!! That's right, Jadon's Hope and their Climb4SMA campaign raised $45,753! Let me say it again -- $45,753!!!...Read More >>
The Howell's were one of the very first people to sign up for...Read More >>
Sweet baby Amanda is only 5 months old, but already her parents have taken the SMA bull by the horns. Not only did they fly from Panama to meet with multiple SMA experts and get their daughter the highest quality of care, but they have also taken on fundraising for SMA research. With the help of...Read More >>
We are so excited to be part of a Scentsy party. I've heard all about these awesome candles and now a good friend of my sister, Annalisa Barrett, is using her fundraising business, San Diego Scents, to donate 20% of each sale to SMA research. It is pretty simple. There will be parties taking place...Read More >>
Remember the awesomely creative Trike-A-Thon fundraiser put on by my two childhood friends? This got me all throat lumpy at just the idea -- I'm telling you, children helping children just does it to me -- and then to see the pictures, well I should just buy stock in Kleenex! What is so amazing...Read More >>
Kristin and Tony Burks have incredible employers -- as in dream companies! Not only is Tony's boss climbing the highest peak in the Western and Southern Hemispheres to raise awareness and funding for SMA research, but Kristin's company, Nazdar, has consistently gone above and beyond as well. Their...Read More >>