October 31, 2007

Caryites Run For A Good Cause

To kick off Down syndrome awareness month in October, the Second Annual Anna’s Angels 10 Miler and 5k Road Race presented by Raleigh Running Outfitters will be held on Oct. 7 at 8 a.m. in front of the Sheraton Imperial on Slater Drive in RTP. Anna’s Angels Foundation works in partnership with Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center to raise funds for Down syndrome research conducted at Duke.

Read the full article (.pdf) in Cary Magazine, Sept/Oct 2007

August 31, 2007

Anna’s Angels Soar High

The Fourth Annual Anna’s Angels Gala, held on April 21 at Prestonwood Country Club’s grand ballroom, was a huge success for the Cary-based foundation dedicated to promoting Down syndrome-related research. The signature event raised $90,000, which will help to fund research grants at Duke Children’s Hospital. Party-goers enjoyed dinner, dancing to the music of Funk Daddies and silent and live auction action with ABC 11 Anchor Steve Daniels.

Read the full article in Cary Magazine, July/August 2007

June 30, 2007

Heavenly Goodness Cookbook: Tasty Recipes Compiled to Raise Funds for Anna’s Angels Foundation

Anna’s Angels Foundation friend and supporter Lysa Stylski had always wanted to combine her love of cooking and entertaining to create a cookbook. After testing samples of dishes with friends and family, her recipes got everyone’s stamp of approval. Stylski said her secret is not so much the recipe, but the cook. “You have to put a little love into it,” she said. The newly released cookbook, titled “Heavenly Goodness,” is on sale for $25 at Ivy Cottage Collections, and funds from the sales will benefit Cary-based Anna’s Angels Foundation for Down syndrome research. For Stylski and the foundation, it is a wonderful way to share their love of cooking and helping others through the foundation’s cutting-edge research and partnership with Duke Children’s Hospital.

Click here to download the article from the May/June issue of Cary Magazine.

April 30, 2007

Anna’s Angels Embarks on Fourth Year of Fundraising, Funding Down Syndrome Research

To date, the foundation has funded research into issues surrounding congenital heart disease, the development of a critical new iron deficiency test and a potential drug treatment commonly used for Alzheimer’s patients that could benefi t people with Down syndrome. The foundation has also funded the development of a national Down syndrome registry database so that doctors and researchers can better share data.

Read the full article in Cary Magazine, March/April 2007

September 30, 2006

A Powerful Run for an Angel

“As success in raising funds came, so did the realization that we could do so much more.”
Michelle Pfeiffer, co-Founder/Director, Anna’s Angels Foundation

Click here to download the full article from the September 2006 issue of Endurance Magazine.

August 31, 2006

Anna’s Angels Gala and Tennis Tournament Raises $80,000 for Down syndrome Research

The Third Annual Anna’s Angels Gala, held on April 29 at Prestonwood Country Club, was its usual success — drawing 250 party-goers for a fun night of dinner, dancing and a silent and live auction. This year, however, the generous crowd, donors and the addition of a tennis tournament earlier in the day helped the organization raise $80,000 for Down syndrome and leukemia research — double what was raised last year.

Click here to download the full article from the July/August 2006 issue of Cary Magazine.

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