Category Archives: Fundraisers

Eat for Duchenne

Support The Everett and Austin Project January 16, 2020 between 10 am and 9 pm at Pizza Hut or TCBY in Mohegan Lake, or Taco Bell in Yorktown Heights by K-mart. As long as you present this flyer with your purchase, they will donate 20% of the bill to The Everett and Austin Project! You can present the… Read More »

Letter to USAID

Here is what we wrote to USAID this week. Most of the letter was written by Dr. Teina Daley. Tim put in some edits, formatting, pictures and such. Hi Matt,   The overarching goal of the Everett and Austin Project is to provide sustainable means to fight poverty, and support children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and other rare… Read More »

Hike for Duchenne Uganda

We are doing our third Hike for Duchenne on October 30th at 8:00 AM, Uganda time. That is 1:00 AM, New York time. So far we have 3 committed participants: Paul Collins, Josh Kasaija and myself. We will be hiking Mount Karangura Trail in Western Uganda. The screenshot of the description from the All Trails app is below. This… Read More »

Yankee Stadium

I’m ready to do my next Hike for Duchenne. We raised just over $3100 from our last hike. That brought us to 79% of what we need to go to Uganda. Can we top that this time? I sure hope so. Because I want to go to Uganda and spread love and hope to those suffering from Duchenne… Read More »

Hike for Duchenne

The local event in Peekskill NY will meet in Depew Park at 8:00 am on July 27, 2019. Multiple courses will be mapped out through Blue Mountain Reservation. There will be a 2 mile course, 5 mile course, 10 mile course and a 15 mile course. For those who cannot attend in Peekskill, you can participate in whatever… Read More »

Disparity of Wealth

Disparity of Wealth between the USA and Sub-Saharan Africa1 The disparity of wealth in the world seems incorrigible. Incorrigible means not able to be corrected or improved. What do you think? Is there nothing that we can do? Are we just stuck in drastic and dire wealth polarity? I know that when I was a child, my mother… Read More »