This summer Dave Proctor will be running across Canada to raise funds for the Rare Disease Community his family is a part of. He is appealing for our help to get him moving every morning. Here's your chance to be a part of it!
Dave Proctor's epic Outrun Rare journey will begin on June 27 2018. He'll be getting up every morning at 4:30am in order to complete this monumental task - an attempt to break a world record of running across Canada and raising one million dollars for the rare disease community. But to do this, he's asking for our community's help. He needs our words to remind him of why he needs to keep going every single day.
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Kyle Anderson is the owner of two Browns Social House restaurants in White Rock and South Surrey, BC. His newest location opened last week at Grandview Corners (160th St. and 24th Ave). When Kyle decided to have a live staff training exercise at the new location, he invited dozens of family and friends of his staff to attend the event along with his own extended family & friends. Kyle picked up the food and beverage tab and collected tips and donations from the crowd, which he then donated to the Rare Disease Foundation. He personally topped up the donation to $5,000 and is seen here presenting the cheque to Executive Director David Cox.
Thanks to Kyle Anderson and his staff at Browns Social House, Grandview Corners, South Surrey, BC!
Many in our community live on a roller coaster as they search for a diagnosis for their child or loved one. It usually takes years and involves many visits to specialists, travel, late night web searches and talking to many, many people. At least half of our community never find a diagnosis and there are few road maps for this journey so we set out to create one! This booklet is the product of literature searches, review of similar brochures by Contact a Family and others, structured interviews with 12 families, several focus groups and many rounds of review by experts from health care and from families. We are so grateful to all who participated and generously gave of their time! We hope this booklet will be a useful guide and support for families as they walk their own unique and winding road.
This beautiful book is touching sweet little hearts everywhere! Author/illustrator Deborah Katz is being incredibly generous and donating book proceeds to the Rare Disease Foundation. Get your copy now! Amazon.caAmazon.com