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Mother's Day Appeal

Mother's Day Appeal 

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About Mother's Day Appeal

My greatest Mother’s Day gift…?

Your financial support to help my daughter.

As the mum of two tiny tots, Samantha is constantly surprised. As she says, “It comes with the territory!”

But the surprise she’s desperately hoping for is the breakthrough her daughter Scarlett needs to overcome her daily struggles with cystic fibrosis.

Still a very little girl, Scarlett has so much more to deal with than other kids her age.

Like all those with cystic fibrosis, Scarlett is relying on all of us to pave the way for the wonderful life she deserves.

In the lead up to Mother’s Day we appeal to the CF community to support our efforts in advocacy and research by donating to our Mother’s Day Appeal.

All money raised will help the whole CF community through advocacy and research.

Your fully tax deductible support will directly fund programs and initiatives to deliver extraordinary breakthroughs in life changing treatments and ensure the voice of the CF community is clearly and forcefully heard in the nation’s halls of power.

“Scarlett has an innate, deeper appreciation of life. She’s a real go-getter. Maybe that’s a quality to be found in kids with a debilitating disease. She surprises and delights us, every day,” Sam added.

“On behalf of all the mums of a child with CF, I really want to be surprised by a breakthrough. What a gift that would be!”

Any amount you can give, large or small, will help shape the tangible results that could deliver the ‘surprise of a lifetime’ for the CF community. Please, please help.  

About Cystic Fibrosis Australia

Cystic Fibrosis (CF) primarily affects the lungs and digestive system because of a malfunction in the exocrine system, responsible for producing saliva, sweat, tears and mucus.

There is currently no cure. People with CF develop an abnormal amount of excessively thick and sticky mucus within the lungs, airways and the digestive system. The mucus causes impairment of the digestive functions of the pancreas and traps bacteria in the lungs resulting in recurrent infections which lead to irreversible damage. Lung failure is the major cause of death for someone with CF.

We advocate on behalf of our members to gain better access to services, obtain information or resources. On a larger scale we have been involved in several national campaigns to increase the rights of all people with cystic fibrosis.

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