Here at MCLife we believe in sharing the good life and that means getting involved with organizations that help those in need. That is why MCLife Dallas has joined with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation to raise awareness for cystic fibrosis and to say goodbye to this heartbreaking disease once and for all.
Cystic Fibrosis is a life threatening genetic disease that damages the lungs and digestive system of those living with it. We feel a personal connection with cystic fibrosis because some of our very own staff and family are suffering from this awful disease. We have joined this fight and invite you to do the same.
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF) puts on Great Strides Walks throughout the country every year. These walks are the #1 fundraising resource to help the CFF make a difference in the lives of those living with the disease. Their mission for a cure needs our support. All funds raise go towards medical research and specialized medical care.
Great Strides Dallas will be on Saturday May 30, 2015! What can you do? We invite you to join our team, raise donations, and spread awareness. You can start by going to our team page and adding your name to the roster. You can also post a #CFShoeSelfie on social media to show your support and spread the word to others. The #CFShoeSelfie movement is catching on and we need to keep it alive.
We are inviting all of our staff and residents to get involved in this great cause! Across all of our properties in cities throughout Texas, Arizona and Oklahoma MCLife is coming together to make a difference. In each city, the resident that raises the most donations, will win amonth of free rent!
If you would like join one us at one of our Great Strides Events there are resources out there to help you fundraise and spread awareness. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation offers fundraising templates & tools on how to send emails and social media blasts out to friends and family.
We hope you decide to get involved and join us! This is a great cause and will really have a positive impact on those living with the disease.