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In VICTORIES & SUCCESS STORIES on December 29, 2009 at 8:20 pm


I want to welcome you to the STEM CELL TREATMENT FUND RAISING INITIATIVE and wish you and yours Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year!

Over the past year, many patients asked me for fund raising help and despite a ridiculous pre-existing workload, I could not deny their requests for help any longer.  Well, no good deed goes unpunished!  This little grass roots project created on a wing and a prayer and meant to help the few is quickly growing by leaps and bounds!  There has been an incredible amount of positive response!

In the near future, I am going to expand the tactics and services available so all can participate with a variety of options, regardless of their budget or condition. I am looking forward to fact finding meetings coming up after the New Year with fund raising officers from the University of Pennsylvania and the Templeton Foundation. I’m also looking into setting up some raffles to generate donations for treatment.  If anyone has new ideas on fund raising tactics, please let me know.  If anyone has found something to work exceedingly well, please let me know!

Some of you may have already received the information below but I wanted to make sure everyone was on the email list so they could receive future mailings.  Best of luck to all in their FUND RAISING endeavors and please let me know if I can be of further assistance!

Please email me at dsgrano@gmail.com to receive the free primer: Fund Raising Tactics for Stem Cell Treatments in WORD and PDF formats. Review the information within and contact me with any questions.

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If you have any questions, feel free to email me.
Please keep me informed on your progress.
Best of luck –

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