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Volunteers are urgently needed to help us run these fundraising events and make them a success. Whether it’s getting out mailings, soliciting prize donations, or helping out the day of the event, there is plenty do and extra help is always needed.
Call Debra Sikkema at (973) 595-1232 to talk about lending a hand.
Up Coming Events
April 28, 2016
APRIL – MAY 2016
“Make Believe” Mothers Day Tea
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Alex and Ani Shark Fin Bracelets – $20
Alex and Ani have met their donation goal and retired the Shark Fin Bangle . We have a limited amount of these retired bracelets available in silver and gold. To purchase a bracelet please call (973) 595-1232 or e-mail Debra at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHO WE ARE: The New Jersey State Organization of Cystic Fibrosis was founded in 1977 to provide direct, “hands on” financial assistance to cystic fibrosis patients throughout the state. NJSOCF also provides counseling, referrals and educational materials to patients and their families.
NJSOCF is a not-for-profit organization that uses its donated dollars to purchase the daily necessities of living for patients with the disease. These include prescription drugs, medical equipment, nutritional supplements and extra nutritious foods. Services are available to patients from birth to adulthood. Adult patients receive services through a special state-funded program specifically for adults with cystic fibrosis.
OUR MISSION:To ease the heavy financial burdens placed on CF patients and their families and to provide needed information.
OUR MOTTO: “We help them breathe easier!”
WHO WE HELP: NJSOCF serves cystic fibrosis patients throughout the state. Services are available for patients from birth through adulthood. NJSOCF’s special state-funded adult program provides much-needed direct financial assistance to eligible adults, age 18 and over, who are affected by the disease and qualify for the program.