Team Ian Supports Wolfram Syndrome Research

Kim Wamback and Team Ian Take On The Rev3 Triathlon To Support Wolfram Syndrome Research

Rev3 LogoKim Wamback, an experienced marathoner and triathlete, participated in her first iron distance (2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, and 26.2 mile run) Rev3 Triathlon on September 7, 2014 in Sandusky, OH. Kim ran in honor of her 13 year old nephew Ian Campbell, and all of the people who suffer from Wolfram Syndrome.

Team Ian Supports Wolfram syndrome research

Kim Wamback and her nephew, Ian Campbell.

Ian was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2005 , and in 2010 was diagnosed with Wolfram syndrome. In addition to juvenile diabetes, he currently suffers from vision loss, color blindness, as well as high frequency hearing loss and diabetes insipidus. Please support Kim’s efforts to raise funds for continued research that will one day stop the progression of Wolfram syndrome.

TO MAKE A DONATION IN SUPPORT OF KIM AND TEAM IAN, CLICK ON THE DONATE BUTTON ON THE TOP OF THIS PAGE. IN THE MEMO SECTION, PLEASE PUT “TEAM IAN”.

To read more about Kim’s personal story and follow along with her training visit her blog http://yourun5ks.blogspot.com/

 

1st Annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt

Photo of Grant's FarmSt. Louis, Missouri, March 25, 2012 – Grant’s Farm kicked off the 2013 season by hosting the “1st Annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt” on Saturday, March 23, 2013 in the historic Bauernhoff and Carriage House. The event was held to benefit The Jack and J.T. Snow Scientific Research Foundation.

The evening was hosted by KMOV’s Steve Savard which included a hunt for Easter eggs filled with fabulous prizes such as Rams tickets with pre-game field access, a VIP tour of Grant’s Farm, a diamond necklace from Décor-Interiors and Jewelry, Cardinal Diamond Suite tickets and much more.

“We cannot thank Grant’s Farm and our sponsors, Clayco and Concrete Strategies for supporting our Foundation and helping us put on such a wonderful event. We were able to raise a significant amount of money to help support our mission of stopping Wolfram syndrome and helping those afflicted with this horrible disease”, said Foundation President, Stephanie Gebel. “Without the help of all of ours sponsors and event attendees we could not continue to support the critical research being done here in St. Louis at Washington University’s School of Medicine as well as overseas.”

2013 Game