Klara Dickinson-Eason

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Goal $3000.00

$5880.00Raised

Why I Ride:   I'm passionate about supporting the National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation and the fight to conquer urea cycle disorders and to protect affected children and adults from suffering neurological and developmental disabilities. I'm investing in the vision of a world where no child or adult suffers or dies from this disorder and they can live long and productive lives.

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for your support! Your donation is tax-deductible and 100% of your pledge goes to support the mission of the National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation. For more information on UCDs, please visit the Foundation website at CureUCD.org.

Latest Comments

  1. You go Klara! Love, Deedee and Ken
    by Kenneth 23 days ago
  2. Ride well!
    by Michael 8 months ago
  3. Thanks for riding, Klara!
    by Joy 8 months ago
  4. Go get'em Klara! Best of Luck
    by Blaise 8 months ago
  5. A great ride for a great cause! Stephen & Diana
    by Stephen 8 months ago
  6. Enjoy your ride Klara!
    by Steve 8 months ago
  7. Thanks for riding for this important cause!
    by Laurie 9 months ago
  8. Have fun!
    by Peter 9 months ago
  9. Have a safe trip..from your supporters at Lyne
    by Linda 9 months ago
  10. Glad to help and thank you for your endeavor
    by Julia 9 months ago
  11. Congrats on your marriage!
    by Paige 9 months ago
  12. Thanks for riding for a great cause, Klara
    by Richard 9 months ago
  13. Enjoy your U- Cycling
    by Kenneth 9 months ago
  14. Great cause, have fun!
    by Don 9 months ago
  15. Love and support your commitment!!!!
    by Kamal, Ken, Jaan, Gavin 9 months ago
My Status
Number of pledges received: 29
Goal achievement: 196%
Number of page visits: 407
Days since event: 249
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