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Share your Reason This December

Life is full of reasons that make it special. Time spent with loved ones, holding little hands on the walk to school, helping strays at the local humane society. All of these ordinary moments are a chance to make memories and touch the lives of the people around us. They’re all the reasons that make life meaningful. They’re also all reasons to support cystic fibrosis research and care.

This December, Cystic Fibrosis Canada and our supporters are fighting to make sure the thousands of Canadians living with cystic fibrosis can keep living all of life’s moments, big and small. Every day of the month we’ll feature real Canadians living with cystic fibrosis and share their story.

Like six-year-old Marilou, who loves every minute of the six hours she spends skating every week and dreams of becoming a professional figure skater.

Or Jim, who rides his motorcycle to raise money for cystic fibrosis research, with a bandana tucked into his pocket covered with the names of people who have lost their fight with cystic fibrosis or continue to fight.

As we shared on Giving Tuesday, tomorrow we officially launch the 31 Reasons to Give campaign. Every day in December, we’ll give you a new reason to support cystic fibrosis research and care with our campaign, 31 reasons. We could have given you thousands of reasons – and we know you have your own reason why we need to find a cure for cystic fibrosis.

SHARE YOUR REASON WITH OUR COMMUNITY THIS MONTH

Share it with us. One day this December, upload a video or picture to social media to share your reason and ask your friends to give to Cystic Fibrosis Canada this holiday season. Use #31reasons and share www.31reasons.ca when you post so we can all see the impact of our community.

Like Sarah and her teacher, Ms Hornett, be the reason we find a cure. Share your reason now.

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