Medical Research

David McClimans

David McClimans
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Department of Homeland Security, Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office

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Army Veteran, Deputy Chief of Staff, Runner, Cyclist, World Traveler

What is the charitable cause you are most passionate about and why?

Medical Research: In 2007 when my mom was diagnosed with cancer, lauded scientists, doctors, and amazing donors like you made her treatment possible and we witnessed her full recovery. For those of who donated to cancer research, you have personally touched my life and saved my mother’s. For that, I would like to thank every one of you.

Why do you give through the CFC?

Nothing worse then giving to an unvetted charity like those brave Krakatoans East of Java...lol (Remember this funny Seinfeld episode?)
The CFC is a simple and convenient way to connect with thousands of vetted charities, while benefitting the automatic tax deductions!

How do contributions through the CFC help your cause?

Donors like you can accelerate research breakthroughs that patients with uncurbable medical conditions urgently need.

Richard Wu

Richard Wu
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OIT

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Dad, reader, musician supporter, community support

What is the charitable cause you are most passionate about and why?

Supporting medical research

Why do you give through the CFC?

My management James Scobey supports CFC heartily

How do contributions through the CFC help your cause?

Supporting medical research via CFC

Charnita Walker (left)

Charnita Walker (left)

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Department of Transportation

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Mentor, community service activist, auntie.

What is the charitable cause you are most passionate about and why?

American Cancer Society. I have lost so many to cancer, including my mother.

Why do you give through the CFC?

It is the easiest way to contribute and the right thing to do!

How do contributions through the CFC help your cause?

My contribution provides additional money for research.

CPO Charles Dundas

CPO Charles Dundas

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Navy

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Dad, cyclist, sports fan, cook

What is the charitable cause you are most passionate about and why?

cure epilepsy because I lost a close family member

Why do you give through the CFC?

CFC allows me to have payroll deduction through my employer and there are many charitable organizations to select from

How do contributions through the CFC help your cause?

The funding are made available the organization and the CFC advertisement campaign increase awareness

CW4 Olga Elliott

CW4 Olga Elliott

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CJCS/Army

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mom, runner, hard working

What is the charitable cause you are most passionate about and why?

Leukemia and Lymphoma (LL) is the cause I'm more passionate about. In May of 1997 my mother was diagnosed with LL; this diagnosis came so unexpected. My mother fought hard for months, underwent chemo and radiation, ultimately being cancer free by Oct. Unfortunately, that cancer-free period was short lived, by Dec of 97 she went back to the hospital, passing on Dec 23, 1997. Since then I've been doing my small part by donating to several Leukemia and Lymphoma charities through CFC. Our donations do make a difference!

Why do you give through the CFC?

Leukemia and Lymphoma (LL) is the cause I'm more passionate about. In May of 1997 my mother was diagnosed with LL; this diagnosis came so unexpected. My mother fought hard for months, underwent chemo and radiation, ultimately being cancer free by Oct. Unfortunately, that cancer-free period was short lived, by Dec of 97 she went back to the hospital, passing on Dec 23, 1997. Since then I've been doing my small part by donating to several Leukemia and Lymphoma charities through CFC. Our donations do make a difference!

How do contributions through the CFC help your cause?

Leukemia and Lymphoma (LL) is the cause I'm more passionate about. In May of 1997 my mother was diagnosed with LL; this diagnosis came so unexpected. My mother fought hard for months, underwent chemo and radiation, ultimately being cancer free by Oct. Unfortunately, that cancer-free period was short lived, by Dec of 97 she went back to the hospital, passing on Dec 23, 1997. Since then I've been doing my small part by donating to several Leukemia and Lymphoma charities through CFC. Our donations do make a difference!

YN1 Latrell Middleton

YN1 Latrell Middleton

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Navy

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Entrepreneur, barber, musician, foodie

What is the charitable cause you are most passionate about and why?

I am most passionate about Cancer Support Group. My family has a deep history of cancer and I have personally seen 12 different types of cancer, the toll it takes on the body, and the effects that it can have on a person and the loved ones around them.

Why do you give through the CFC?

CFC is a great tool that allows me to give back and ensure I'm doing my part to assist a charity that I care most about.

How do contributions through the CFC help your cause?

Contributions are used to fund support groups and meetings that offer a safe space for people affected by cancer to share their experiences and emotions with others in similar situations.