Support those dedicated people who have set-up their own events to raise NF awareness and funds.
Listed here are fundraising and awareness-raising events created by our members to support neurofibromatosis and NF Midwest’s mission to improve the lives of children and adults with neurofibromatosis.
It takes special, dedicated people to take their valuable time and resources to raise funds and awareness. We appreciate them all for their efforts and hope that you will support them in whatever way you can.
Kalona is selling her art and plants to support NF1. Her granddaughter has neurofibromatosis and I am trying to help by creating art and selling plants.Visit Fundraiser Page
Every year in August or September Sam and his family hold an all-day music and brew festival in Carlinville, IL.Visit Fundraiser Page
Every year since 2012 Steve Reason has organized NF Midwest’s participation in John Deere’s Birdies for Charity program every year.Visit Fundraiser Page
January 30, 2016
Always looking to give back and to help others, Aydin’s family and friends put together a 9 pin bowling party to raise funds for their Chippewa Falls Great Steps 4NF team.Visit Fundraiser Page
Raised $8,600 with goal of $8,000
I recently learned I have NF1 at the age of 29. Iam blown away with how fast these tumors are growing and haven't got a clue how to start, where to begin , or if I even want to know anymore [about] this . My heart is broken.... I took pride in my appearance and being a young female it's hard to explain to anyone that these are not warts or STDs. I just need help with excepting the reality of my condition, so thank you from the bottom of my heart for reminding me I'm not alone and giving information to guide me in the right direction. I can do this because you have given me the tools to get started. Other websites send me in circles leaving me with more questions then I began with. So once again THANK YOU FOR CARING.
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