12th Annual Live and Silent Auction
Save this Date: March 4, 2017
At the Commons on Love Lane
Doors open at 5
Raffles, door prizes, music, food
Volunteers welcome – donated items welcome.
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Need a break? Could your perspective and energy levels use a boost? If you’re like just about any other mom in the world, you’ll say a big “yes” to both of these questions.
Watch for details. The Cody Foundation want to thank our mothers in Montana for being such good moms and treat them to a 3 day retreat. Mothers of Cystic Fibrosis Children, we care and are working very hard to make this happen, and very excited. Please stay tuned. Empowering women, one story at a time.
Its Coming fast, November 4th at the Ox Pasture in Red Lodge, MT. Only 50 tickets will be sold.” Just Breathe” for Cystic Fibrosis. If you would like to secure a spot please contact Gena Gale Burghoff for a reservation through email at email@example.com. A 5 course meal with wine pairing.
We are so honored to be chosen for a beautiful fundraising event at the Ox Pasture in Red Lodge. The doors open at 6:30, dinner at 7. This will be an incredible 5 course meal, with wine pairings for each course. Please join us to raise money to support local families living with cystic fibrosis. *Cash/check only*
The goal of The Cody Dieruf Benefit Foundation is to unite communities and families in Montana who are living with cystic fibrosis. CDBF offers financial assistance to families in Bozeman and Red Lodge, covering medical expenses denied by insurance as well as offering financial support to participate in life experiences that would otherwise be financially unattainable.
There are only 50 tickets available! If you would like to secure a spot please contact Gena Gale Burghoff for a reservation through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for supporting Cystic Fibrosis.
Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the use of lumacaftor/ivacafter (Orkambi) for children with cystic fibrosis ages 6 to 11, who have two copies of the most common CF gene mutation, F508del. The decision means that about 2,400 additional children in the U.S. are eligible to receive the drug, bringing the total number of those eligible for the treatment in the U.S. to nearly 11,000. Go to cff.org to read the rest of the article on the CFF website.
Event coming to Red Lodge Montana. More info to be announced.
Welcome to RED LODGE, MONTANA …
We are so grateful for the generosity of Ox Pasture, hosting a fundraiser for the Cody Dieruf Benefit Foundation, a non-profit that offers financial support for Maylie and other kids in Montana living with cystic fibrosis.
More details to come, but this will be a swanky affair.
Gateway to Yellowstone Park via the beautiful Beartooth Highway. Come and experience true western hospitality in this quaint, historic, mountain town.
Nestled against Montana’s highest mountain peaks, Red Lodge is a place of extraordinary beauty and, wherever you turn, real smiles, genuine warmth and a welcoming, Western-style hospitality.
Thank you to Heidi Stendlund. Heidi is a senior in High School and has offered to volunteer for our Cody Foundation. Yes, Heidi, we will put you to work. She will file and make new file tags for our organization. So proud to have Heidi a part of us. Thank you for choosing CDBF as your cause of choice.
Welcome Amanda Zarr – Director of Individual Giving – Midwest Region
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
150 N. Michigan Ave, Suite 1550
Chicago, IL 60601
Amanda is coming to Bozeman, MT to celebrate this transformational time for the CF community and share the important progress we have made with our strategic plan and also discuss how we are pursuing new opportunities on the path to a cure. There will be time for questions – I promise I will do my best to answer them! Feel free to reach me on my cell anytime at (773) 580-0231.
All of you out there who are interested in coming to this gathering please contact me to set up a time. We are working on a location. It will be Tues, 9-13-16 starting around 1:30. We are excited to have Amanda come to our community to share this wealth of information
Helping our Own””