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Sally and Mack Brown with RamesesDear friends of the Lee Fitch Fund,

Over the past year, Mack and I have enjoyed seeing all of you come forward to help raise awareness and funding for the Fitch Family Comprehensive Pediatric Rehabilitation Program at UNC Children’s. You have held fundraisers including Rivalry Roundup, where hundreds of you watched the Tar Heels pull out an exciting win at Cameron Indoor, participated in the “CloudBusters” baseball tournament and perhaps attended one of many other events including a youth-hosted tennis tournament, a swim meet, and events like Design Matters.

Additionally, many of you have made impactful gifts to the program helping raise more than $2 million towards the $20 million goal! As a result of your efforts and gifts, significant progress has begun to happen with the Fitch Program, and we encourage you to read the update from Program Director Dr. Joshua Alexander.

As we look to 2023, there are many initiatives in the works, including proposals, grants, and a month-long campaign at Triangle-area Jersey Mike’s locations! We are excited for the future of the program and the positive impact it will make for the children of North Carolina.

Mack and I thank you for your ongoing support. This is a project we knew would take some time, but we are encouraged with the progress. This Fitch Family program will be impactful for children who are in need of both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation throughout North Carolina and beyond.  We want the Fitch Family Comprehensive Pediatric Rehabilitation Program to be THE place for children in need throughout the southeast and believe if we continue working together, sharing the idea and need, we will see it happen!

As the holidays approach, hug those you love and remember how lucky we will be to have a program like the Fitch Family Comprehensive Pediatric Rehabilitation Program in North Carolina.

You are making this happen!


Sally and Mack Brown

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