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Maintaining optimism and enthusiasm

Curtis Anderson

Curtis Anderson

It has been another year of quarantine at Casa de CuKo. With less than one hundred days until the 1000 day milestone, we are still sane and optimistic. Despite missing out on many activities and being with family and friends, we are determined to WALK straight up to that milestone with the same optimism and enthusiasm we have mustered the last 900+ days.

The best way to WALK up to that milestone is to participate again this year in IDF’s annual fundraising walk. This year, we are once again maintaining social distancing and participating virtually; but we don’t want to rob you of the opportunity to have me do something embarrassing.

- If we raise $11K ($1000 more than last year’s walk day goal) by 11:59pm on Friday, October 7th, I will wear my NEW zebra costume at the Milwaukee County Zoo for the walk on October 8th.

- If we don’t meet the October deadline, but we still surpass $20K ($1000 more than last year’s total) by 11:59pm on December 6th, I will walk in my zebra costume at the Zoo on Friday, December 9th.

- If you donate plasma TWICE between now and December 7th, we will donate $100 in your name. Plasma donations are what keep me alive and healthy – this is also how I will get the necessary antibodies, from others who have had the virus or who have been vaccinated.

There are a lot of folks in need. If this doesn’t meet your giving plan or budget for this year, no worries. We would still love to hear from you. Drop us an email or text when/if you think of it.

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