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Trinity Lutheran School in Orlando Raises Money for Bohring-Opitz Syndrome

 Hazel with her grandmother, Darlene and mom, Carrie shown here with students from Trinity Lutheran School holding sign showing they are #BOSAware. 

Hazel with her grandmother, Darlene and mom, Carrie shown here with students from Trinity Lutheran School holding sign showing they are #BOSAware. 

The Hunsucker family visited the 5th grade class at Trinity Lutheran School in Orlando, FL on BOS Awareness Day in April. The students were able to meet Hazel who is diagnosed with Bohring-Opitz Syndrome. Hazel's mom and grandmother were able to talk about the ultra-rare syndrome and answer questions from the students. 

After the visit, three of the children selected the Foundation as their charity in a fundraising project. They raised $119 through a variety of ways such as car washes, bake sales, and other creative projects. Below is the Thank You note from the teacher and class.

The Foundation would like to thank the students and teacher of Trinity Lutheran School for your generous donation and interest in Bohring-Opitz Syndrome. Your kindness and hard work is appreciated.

If you are interested in learning more about fundraising opportunities, please contact tony@bos-foundation.org.

 

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