Making a Difference One Child at a Time
We all want a brighter future for children with a Trisomy 18 diagnosis. Your support is essential to making that happen. Hosting an event to support the Trisomy 18 Foundation and raise awareness about this condition helps build a community of hope for all Trisomy 18 families.
Families often find a community event or fundraiser is a wonderful way to celebrate the memory of a child lost to this tragic genetic disorder. Your child’s name lives on in the good that the event will generate, turning grief and loss into meaningful change for other families.
The money raised from events and fundraisers helps us provide a caring, supportive worldwide community for families impacted by Trisomy 18, advocate for compassionate, supportive care, and fund research that seeks to reduce or eliminate life-threatening and quality of life challenges facing patients with Trisomy 18.
Thank you for your support of families facing a Trisomy 18 diagnosis. Your generosity and commitment make a world of difference.
1st Annual Golf 18 for Trisomy 18: In Memory of Addison Linn
October 11, 2022
Broadlands Golf Club
18 Augusta Way, North Prairie, WI
The Pauer Family
We all want a brighter future for children with a Trisomy 18 diagnosis. That’s why champions like the Pauer family are so important. They hosted an amazing golfing event in honor of their daughter Addison Linn.
The 1st Annual Golf 18 for Trisomy 18: In Memory of Addison Linn was held last month on October 11, the third anniversary of Addison being born into heaven and raised over $1800! That generous donation to the Trisomy 18 Foundation helps ensure that all families have access to the support and resources they need when faced with a Trisomy 18 diagnosis for their child.
The successful event featured 31 golfers and 15 donation items, and the Pauer family plans to make the golf tournament an annual event.
Thank you to the Pauer family and to their friends and community for supporting this wonderful annual event that helps to bring much-needed hope to families and their children coping with Trisomy 18. Their support makes all the difference.