Float for a Cure 2018

Event Date: Categories: Member Events

Breathe Easy - The Float for a Cure is a super fun dinner cruise on the Avalon River Boat in Stillwater, MN. There will be live music with headliners GB Leighton and Audio Circus with acoustic duos and trios. Full prime rib buffet dinner, silent auction, minute to win it type games and lots more!!

‍Buy your tickets NOW and save! $50 in advance, $60 at the boat. $35 for children and children under 3 are free. 

Float for a Cure will be August 17th. The boarding will start at 5:30pm this year and will depart at 6:30pm SHARP. Tickets are non-refundable. The Avalon River Boat will dock at 10:00pm.

Click here to RSVP for the Float for the Cure

How You Can Help Fight The Battle of Cystic Fibrous

- You CAN Make A Difference -

Your donations buy research in finding a cure and bettering the quality and quantity of life for cystic fibrosis. You can help through making a donation, volunteering for one of our events or even holding an event of your own. Your own event could be as simple as holding a neighborhood garage sale, asking your local restaurant for a 20% coupon where the 20% goes to the cause.

You can raise money for CF research by attending one of our many events. There are events throughout the year through the CF Foundation and through private fund-raising events and activities. Remember that every dollar we raise gets us that much closer to a cure!

Our Dream

- Living Longer and Healthier-

More and more people are living longer, healthier lives with cystic fibrosis (CF). The evidence of this is clear in that more than 45 percent of the CF patient population is now age 18 or older. The average life expectancy is now well into 30's and growing.

Adding Years

The mission is clear. The Foundation’s efforts to help the approximate 30,000 American's with cystic fibrosis will not cease until we have a cure. The daily challenges for those living with CF are burdensome yet very different from even just a few years ago. The length and quality of life is improved and still improving.

Hopes and Dreams

In the 1950's, children diagnosed with CF weren't expected to live long enough to go to grade school. Those with CF are now planning their college educations, careers, weddings and their futures. Watch these inspirational videos of those with CF as they share their hopes and dreams.

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