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Welcome to my CFF Campaign Page!

Jamie Michelle

Jamie Michelle

Thank you so much for visiting my 50 Finest Campaign Page!

My name is Jamie Michelle, and I’m so honored and grateful to have been selected as a member of the 2022 Class of 50 Finest Honorees.  If you have no idea what that means, keep reading!

Each year, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF) recognizes young professionals of the Pittsburgh Community for extraordinary dedication and outstanding performance in their fields of endeavor.  In accepting this elite distinction, I’ve committed to raise money to aid the CFF achieve its mission of controlling, and most importantly, curing cystic fibrosis (CF).

I’ve set a fundraising goal of $17,000.00, to be reached before the annual event on Friday, September 30, 2022.  Please help me meet my $17,000.00 goal by making a donation to my campaign.  Your gift of generosity will be put to good use to help support essential research, medical treatments, and educational programs for cystic fibrosis.

I am truly thrilled to join the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in their fight for a cure.  I have seen first-hand how devastating this disease is. My sister-in-law’s niece, Morgan, lives with CF, and what I’ve seen her and her family go through in the short years that I’ve known her is indescribable.  Morgan is just one of many people who suffer on a daily basis to do something that comes so natural and effortless to most of us - to simply breathe.  I know that together we can not only improve CF patients’ quality of life, but we can find a cure.  Please help me support me on this mission by giving anything that you can.

It’s super easy to donate, and 100% secure!  Simply click on the DONATE button below this message, and your generous gift will be added to my fundraising total.  Any amount that you can give is genuinely appreciated!

Before you go, here’s a little more information about Cystic Fibrosis:

Cystic fibrosis is a devastating genetic disease that affects the respiratory and digestive systems - especially the lungs.  More than ten million Americans carry the defective CF gene without ever having symptoms.  Great strides have been made in finding a cure, but your help is needed now, more than ever, to help keep up the momentum of life-saving research.  Before anything was known about CF sixty years ago, children diagnosed with it usually didn’t live past 5 years old - they didn’t live long enough to even attend kindergarten.  Today, thanks to Foundation-supported research and treatments, the average life span of those suffering with CF is about 40.  This is spectacular progress, but it isn’t good enough - not by a long shot.  Precious lives continue to be lost to CF every day.  To learn more about CF and the CF Foundation, visit www.cff.org.  Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those living with CF.  Thank you so much for supporting this life-saving mission!


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