One of our seven regional spokespeople includes Christina Butts, from Summerside, PEI. Christina is a bright, blue-eyed, four-year-old girl with cystic fibrosis. She loves gymnastics, biking, colouring, being a good friend and she especially loves her dog Beanz.Read More
“When I was a child, I had to sleep in a tent over my bed with aerosol medicine flowing inside every night. I had to take up to 20 pills per meal, four aerosol masks per day...Read More
“For many, making the transition from being a child with CF to an adult with CF can be an overwhelming and intimidating process. That is why I feel so strongly that we need to...Read More
“My family and I are committed to Cystic Fibrosis Canada because of the incredible work they support in research, care, and advocacy. I trust that my donation is...Read More
“We are proud of our franchise partners’ commitment to helping Canadians who live with cystic fibrosis. As we raise awareness and
money for cystic fibrosis, we are motivated by our...
“When Kin Canada first joined the fight against CF in 1964, children were not expected to live past the age of four. But today, many people with cystic fibrosis are living into adulthood...Read More
"Lots of my friends have CF, but we can’t see each other in person. We can text and talk on the phone. I would like to see an end to these life-threatening, cross-infection risks...Read More