Frequently I take the train from Penn Station in NY to somewhere. Hackensack, NJ, Metro Park, NJ, Front Street Station, Philadelphia or Union Station in Washington, DC. At regular intervals, announcements are made about trains, tracks, delays, changes, typically followed by the words, we work hard to…Continue
This Is OUR Moment!
Tomorrow is the 4th Annual Coach To Cure MD and we hope your day includes watching or attending one of the hundreds of games that will be displaying our patches. This community has come together yet again to tell the country about Duchenne, to raise awareness,…Continue
Added by PPMD on September 23, 2011 at 4:28pm — No Comments
Today's the Day: Get in the Game!
With five days left until Coach To Cure MD on September 24, you probably think that it's too late to join our team this year. But it's not! Participating in Coach To Cure…
Added by PPMD on September 19, 2011 at 2:13pm — No Comments
Co-Blog – The following is a co-blog put together by myself and Ivy Scherbarth, a mother from CO and PPMD’s FACES Coordinator for CO/WY. This is a new project we have started where we will both write on similar topics from two different perspectives, but living in the same world of Duchenne.
The annual, Fall United Way campaigns are getting underway throughout the country. Last year many families had great success leveraging both the annual United Way campaign and Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) to raise money to fight Duchenne. Many people have a tradition of donating to the United Way, are expecting their company campaigns to start, and are looking for good causes to earmark…Continue
This month is our month. As a community, September has come to mean the start of the school year, vacations are over, sleeves are rolled up, and the nitty gritty work of ending Duchenne kicks into high gear. And September means Coach To Cure MD. I am not a football expert, but I follow the sport and I was struck by how their terms and our terms sometimes parallel each…Continue
Added by Pat Furlong on September 1, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments