Help us provide Care Kits to other newly diagnosed patients – send us a quote or pic using the form below!

Dear Fellow Zebras!

My name is Karen Murdock and I am a fellow zebra and volunteer with the Pheo Para Alliance (PPA).  I work alongside Layla to send out the Newly Diagnosed Care Kits.

We introduced our service animal Phearless about a year ago.  Over 275 Phearless stuffies have been deployed for duty in 45 states and throughout Canada to bring education and support to patients!

We need your help in sharing the importance of these care kits for newly diagnosed patients with our community!  Here’s how you can help:

  1. Send us a picture of your Phearless! It could be a selfie-Phearless at a local landmark, a doctor’s appointment, in your yard, with your family – the creative possibilities are endless!
  2. Send us a note on how your Care Kit helped you.  Did you feel more supported and/or educated on the illness?  Send us a short quote.

Why are we asking you to do this?  Although each kit is lovingly sent out by Layla and me, there are costs that add up quickly, such as printing of educational information, packaging supplies and shipping.  We sent out over 200 kits last year!  So, we are holding our first fundraiser for the Newly Diagnosed Care Kit program the week of July 10th.  Your pictures and quotes will help our fundraising efforts to underwrite the costs of this program.

Thank you for helping us to create a virtual Phearless Phamily Reunion to commemorate the occasion.  We think your pictures and quotes will provide a great visual for pheo para patients everywhere so they understand that we are not alone!  As you know, being diagnosed can be really overwhelming.  We hope that the Newly Diagnosed Kit has helped you in your journey.

This fundraiser will allow us to continue to bring a little bit of sunshine into the lives of fellow zebras!

Thank you so much for your help!

Karen & Layla

 

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