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Events for 2019 will be listed here.
Building Bridges: A Brunch to Beat CRPS
Cathedral Social Hall
608 Spadina Cr. E.,
Saturday, November 24, 2018
Time: 10AM-2 PM.
Andy McGhee and Jessica Kaiser.
All proceeds go to P.A.R.C (Promoting Awareness of RSD/CRPS).
The proceeds raised will be used to support a specialized new drug treatment
to help improve the quality of life for people suffering with CRPS.
The event raised $1,400 for Montreal Research.
Thank you so much Andy and Jessica!
If you still wish to contribute:
Andy's story is on the Canada Helps fundraising page:
To donate (with major credit cards): Canada Helps
To read about the Montreal research and treatment go to: MONTREAL RESEARCH
WALK TO CONQUER CRPS
Point Pleasant Park, Halifax, NS
September 1, 2018 @ 11 AM
Kristen Cameron hosted this wonderful event to raise funds for Montreal research. Thank you so much Kristen!
The Walk to Conquer CRPS raised $1,000 !
If you misssed the Walk this year, watch this space for next year's details!
Point Pleasant Park is a walkers' paradise with historic monuments, walking trails, benches and a beach not to mention the fantastsic views.
There are three walking trails: 10.5 km, 7 km and 3.5 km.
To read about the research go to: MONTREAL RESEARCH
OUR SPECIAL GUEST
is the Maritimes' first person to complete the Iditarod, the 1600 km dogsled race through Alaska.
Along with completing the Iditarod, Brad has swum the English Channel,
completed a 250 km foot race across the Sahara Desert,
climbed Mount Denali and ran with the bulls in Pamplona,
Bradley's message is an inspiring and uplifting tale of determination.
It is a story of pushing yourself to rise above your greatest challenges and fear.
Web: www.lifealawaysworksout.com Twitter: @ bradley_farquhar
UPDATE: September 5, 2018.
The sunny day provided a good backdrop for a beautiful walk at Point Pleasant Park. The walk around was 3.1 km. The group was very enthusiastic and many walkers went around 3 times.
The first prize, a tour around Nova Scotia by private plane, was given to Tatum, an 11 year old girl with CRPS. Second prize was a prize package from Tim Hortons and the Pita Pit provided 3rd prize.
We thank Kristen Cameron and her team for the hard work they did to make the WALK a success.
Brad shows a young girl how to step into Jerry's harness to begin the WALK TO CONQUER CRPS.
Left to right: Kristen Cameron,(WALK Organizer) and Helen Small, (Executive Director), Dr. Harry Pollett and Dr. Anne Pollett from Cape Breton.
|Thank you to all Walkers especially TeamTatum. Your enthusiasm was contagious.