We had a wonderful walk with about 70 people in attendance. The course was beautiful as was the weather. Attendees enjoyed a catered lunch on the patio. It was fun to connect with families and »
When Tammy and Andy Selinger received their daughter’s diagnosis in 1994, even their doctor was unsure what it meant. He just told them the test was positive for Fragile X. One of their first calls was to the National Fragile X Foundation, where they were connected to a long-time volunteer, Margaret Israel, who spent more than an hour and half on the phone with them. The support they found during such a critical time motivated them to get involved because as Andy says, “Nobody should get diagnosed without someone to talk to.”
With the support of their community, NFXF board members and outstanding CSN leadership, Greater Atlanta Fragile X hosted an amazingly successful Brew Fest event for the second year in a row.
What happens when you combine friendly competition and a campaign to raise awareness of Fragile X? Tremendous success! Western Massachusetts participated in the 2nd annual Hadley Cornhole Championship, raising awareness and over $1,100 for NFXF!
One of the most meaningful experiences for a Fragile X family is to meet another family and know you are not alone in this journey. At the National Fragile X Foundation, our mission is to serve you by connecting and supporting individuals and families through our family support network.
Saturday, November 16 was all about raising awareness and funds across Texas! The Texas Fragile X Association (Dallas/FT Worth) the Fragile X Alliance of Texas – Houston, the Fragile X Alliance of Texas – San Antonio all hosted a walk!