Dash for Dravet is BACK for it’s 6th year!

Here is your chance to get your family and friends together for our annual Dash for Dravet on Turkey Day, and help us raise funds to further research in Dravet syndrome and support the important programs of DSF!

This virtual 5K can be accomplished anywhere in the United States before, on or after Thanksgiving! Run, walk, jog, roll or treadmill at your pace – there is no time limit. Run the race before you stuff your face…or after.

Register by Monday, November 15th to receive your race bib and our new Turkey Trot t-shirt. Registration is just $25 per person. Once you are registered, be sure to set up your personal fundraising page for your chance to earn some great incentive prizes.

        • Raise $250 – choose between our purple/white scarf, a pair of our Turkey Trot Socks, or a metal DSF water bottle
        • Raise $350 – receive our silver butterfly charm on a black cord (can be worn on a Pandora bracelet as well)
        • Raise $500 or more – receive a Yeti Rambler 12 ounce bottle with the DSF logo

Thanks to the generosity of our event sponsor, Greenwich Biosciences, all of our fundraising costs have been covered and every dollar raised goes directly to DSF! www.dashfordravet.org

Register today and help us reach our goal of $50,000!

By |2021-10-09T20:15:23-05:00October 22nd, 2021|Categories: Decoding Dravet Blog|

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About the Author:

Mary Anne was a founding member of DSF, stepping off of the Board to take the position of Executive Director in 2012. She is a passionate advocate for the Dravet syndrome community and has served in various capacities for the community prior to the inception of DSF in 2009. In addition, she currently serves on several epilepsy working groups, including the Epilepsy Leadership Council. She has owned and managed several small businesses in the private sector, spanning over 25 years. This business experience has translated well into her role as Executive Director. She is responsible for the overall organizational management and has continued to expand programming and fund development for DSF. Mary Anne resides in North Carolina with her husband and her youngest son, Elliot, who has Dravet syndrome. It is her son who drives her to be a catalyst for change within the Dravet syndrome community.


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