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The Dream Team is for people who have a great interest in supporting the mission of NF Midwest. Dream Team members receive frequent emails regarding the organization needs and are invited to bi-monthly meetings to discuss the programs of NF Midwest and the overall needs of our community. We are looking for those committed to volunteering their time and skills in different ways to help make an impact.
There are jobs big and small and a niche for everyone who really wants to help, but we are looking for individuals who have the dedication to participate on a regular basis and who are able to respond to communications in a timely manner.
If this sounds like something you may want to participate in, please fill out the form below to express your level of interest, availability and what life and professional skills your could add to the team.
I just had to commend you on an amazing event yesterday. I have to admit, this whole fundraising experience has been extremely emotional for me. I've been focusing on NF and thereby losing sleep worrying about [my daughter's] future way more than I'd like to. To be honest, I was a little worried about attending the walk and getting more upset. I actually had the best time. It was such a fun, positive event. I felt like everyone had so much fun and it was a great thank you to all of our supporters. You all do such incredible work. And the award for top-raising team...I was super excited to win the title and the plaque, I had no idea we'd get a bag full of awesome loot! Thanks so much for everything. A part of me wishes I had still never heard of NF, but since it's in my life to stay, I'm so glad that all of you are too. We are going on vacation next week and I'm taking the rest of the month off from NF, but later in the summer I have a group of amazing moms in my community ready to enlist and help me plan a local fundraiser.
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