2017 FuNFest Raises Money for NF Research
On November 22, 2017, Brian and Amanda Walk and their daughters, Jordan and Bella, visited the Washington University NF Center to celebrate another successful FuNFest event.
FuNFest is a family-friendly festival designed to create awareness about NF and to raise money for research at the Washington University NF Center. The event includes games, bounce houses, music, a live auction, silent auction bidding, and the infamous Cow Patty Bingo.
This year’s FuNFest raised an impressive $23,799.70, which will fund research initiatives aimed at developing personalized medicine approaches for people affected by NF. The Washington University NF Center extends its heartfelt gratitude to Amanda and Brian Walk, who worked tirelessly to plan and execute this event.
Our patients and their families are an integral part of our mission to provide exceptional care through groundbreaking research. Because of families like the Walks, we are able to conduct cutting-edge research and provide outstanding complementary care resources.