Fundraiser for Rye and CF

$1,810 of $2,500 goal

Raised by 73 people in 21 months
Hi everyone! This is Krisstin from HerHops in Central Coast California. Your donation is very much appreciated and going to a great cause! I started this campaign for my good friends who found out their son, Rye, had Cystic Fibrosis (CF) at three weeks old. 

This is Rye. A fun, loveable, and energetic one year old. CF is a disease that affects lungs, pancreas, and digestive system. Life with CF for Rye includes preventative treatment to help his lungs in the future. Each time he eats he needs to take enzymes to help him absorb the fat & vitamins in his food so he can grow. Every night includes breathing treatments of an albuterol and saline solution. Rye's parents have an amazing team of doctors they are working with and are passionate about raising awareness for CF.  

All funds raised during this fundriaser will be withdrawn from the GoFundMe account and donated to for CF under Rye's name to help further research and improve the quality of life for those living with the disease. Every little bit helps!
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$1,810 of $2,500 goal

Raised by 73 people in 21 months
Created January 30, 2017
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