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Cystic Fibrosis


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Becoming grandparents was a new and exciting role that my husband and I were ready to fulfill and when we learned my daughter was having twins, it was double the excitement. My daughter had a challenging pregnancy with many complications and risks. We were overjoyed when the twins were delivered safely and seemingly healthy. However, our joy was soon overshadowed with a shocking diagnosis:

Cystic Fibrosis.

We felt the urge to learn more about this condition and how it affects our grandsons and their parents. My husband and I decided to do our research and learn as much as we could about CF. We admired the strength and determination of our daughter and son-in-law, who were facing this challenge with courage and grace and we wanted to be there for them. They were getting so much support and guidance from the CF community and the wonderful staff at the CF clinic. We felt inspired by their generosity. I wondered how I could give back and make a difference. I thought about volunteering, donating, or organizing a fundraiser, but for who, which organization. Then I had a better idea, let’s do something bigger: let’s give to all of them! So, we started our own non-profit organization. We dedicate our time and energy to raising funds and awareness for various aspects of the CF journey. And the best part is, we get to donate 100% of our profits to different causes and groups that help people with CF. It's our way of showing our love and gratitude to our grandsons and their parents, and to the amazing CF community that has welcomed us with open arms.

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What Is Cystic


Cystic Fibrosis is an inherited life-threatening genetic disease that affects the lungs, pancreas, and other organs.

This gene mutation affects the cells ability to attract water to the cell’s surface causing mucus in various organs to become thick and sticky. They then plug up tubes, ducts, and passageways.

To learn more about Cystic Fibrosis, please visit

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Join us at Rosati’s in Anthem Saturday September 14th

Rosati’s will donate 20% of food sales so come early and check out their menu.

3668 W. Anthem Way

Anthem, AZ. 85086

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