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Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the amazing success of all of our efforts. Because of your generosity our team has raised more than $300,000. We couldn't have done it without you. Closer to a cure with every dollar, we humbly thank you for your help.
Annual Silent Auction
Thanks to everyone that joined us for our past auctions.  Mark your calendars now for the 10th annual on May 5, 2016. We will once again have awesome Cardinals tickets and sports memorabilia, vacation getaways, electronics, gift certificates so you can relax with a massage, adorn yourself with jewlery, or find some new art as a result of supporting an amazing charity that is fighting to give breaths to Charlie and kids like him. Every dollar counts.

May 5, 2016

The Schlafly Tap Room
2100 Locust St.
St Louis, MO 63103

Doors open at 5:00, auction closes 8pm
Knowing that money is the only obstacle to life-saving treatments we are dedicated to making this event a success. We will have a cash bar, and free appetizers all those that joing us. All of the money raised will be donated to helping the fight against Cystic Fibrosis. Join us in any way you can!
Charlie's Angels Game Night
The last Game Night was a huge success. We played Texas Hold'em and Bingo and had a great time raising money to fight CF. Thanks to everyone that joined us. Start practicing for the next one, Friday January 29, 2016.
Charlie's Angels Trivia Night
The 9th Annual Trivia Night is happening November 20, 2015. We have tables available and are looking forward to a great evening. Reserve your table to be sure you get in on the fun - contact Jessica Lorentz at
Cystic Fibrosis
Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic disease that affects approximately 30,000 people in the United States, and 1 in every 29 Americans is a symptom-free carrier of the defective gene, able to pass on this debilitating disease. The CF gene causes the body to produce thick, sticky mucus which clogs the lungs' the abnormal mucus leads to impaired digestion, chronic respiratory infections and , ultimately, fatal lung damage. Today the median age of survival is more than 37.
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