Many thanks to the wonderful "Ambassadors" of the Middleton Chamber of Commerce, and Park Bank for their generous contribution of $500 to the work and mission of CURE. Your support is sincerely appreciated by all at CURE
A HUGE thank you to the brave volunteers who battled the cold and rain to distribute water and sports drinks during the Haunted Hustle Marathon in Middleton on Saturday, October 13.
For the third year in a row, under the direction of Donna Parks, approximately 15 volunteers manned the Madison Friends of CURE water station in order to bring awareness to Epilepsy and raise much needed funds for research.
We are truly grateful for your time and hard work!
Fighting Epilepsy With Music
CD Release Party and Benefit Concert! Fighting for special needs children and all those suffering from seizures
50% of the proceeds from the event and the sale of CDs will benefit CURE.
Madison Friends of CURE extends a sincere "Thank You" to Mike Gomoll and the Joseph Gomoll Foundation for their incredible support!
The Joey's Song release party was a huge success and the music and spirit of friendship throughout the afternoon was truly amazing. Stay tuned for photos of the event soon!
Dog Wash and Cook Out Fundraiser
On a beautiful August 11th afternoon, excited canines and their families gathered for the 2nd Annual Waggin' Tails Dog Wash for Epilepsy.
Under the direction of the incredibly energetic Julie and Brent Bollenbach and their amazing team of volunteers, over 125 dogs received their Saturday baths! In the meantime, their owners enjoyed brats, hot dogs and the chance to bid on some wonderful silent auction items. To add to all the fun and conversation and activity of the day, nearly $7000 was raised to support the work and mission of CURE!
A huge THANK YOU to Julie and Brent and their team of volunteers!! Your work and passion is truly appreciated.
Hope to see YOU (with or without your furry friend) at next year's Dog Wash!
Madison pediatrician and friend, Kristin Seaborg, featured on CURE's 2012 Annual Video!
Because of your incredible generosity and support, Madison Friends of CURE is able to award its SECOND research grant! This grant goes to Dr. Philip Haydon, Ph D of Tufts University.
Dr Haydon is among the many national and international scientists recognized by CURE, who is dedicated to the performance of cutting edge research in the field of epilepsy.
To learn more about Dr Haydon's research please go to www.cureepilepsy.org
We continue to be so very grateful for your support and hard work as we join together in Madison to help find a CURE for epilepsy.