2021 Stepping Out to Cure Scleroderma Dayton Virtual Walk

Shirley's STARS


Thank you for visiting my personal fundraising page to support the "Stepping Out Virtually to Cure Scleroderma" event!

Donating through this site is simple, fast and totally secure. It is also the most efficient way to make a contribution to support me and help raise funds for scleroderma patients. To make a donation, click the "Donate Now" button that appears under my photo. Then, just follow the instructions.

If you would like to join me at the event, and walk and help raise funds, please click on “Join My Team” and follow the directions.

Please help today! I sincerely appreciate your support, and please share this with anyone who you think might want to help.

Help me bring more awareness to scleroderma so we can find a cure!

My mother, Shirley Eads, had Scleroderma. She had gotten considerably worse over the years, and had to be put on oxygen, had a pacemaker put in and a watchman device in her heart. Shirley, unfortunately, lost her fight and passed away on May 30, 2018. Please help us support this cause and to help support others like my mother in "Stepping Out For A CURE!"

Exciting news is that I have been asked to LEAD the walk this year! We were in the Fairborn July 4th Parade. My Dad, Dean Eads, drove my grandpa's old '72 Ford 250 truck (which is now mine) in the parade while Penny Davis, myself, and our friend Lori Wieland handed out bags with information about the walk and candy to the kids. My husband, Daniel Carlson, sat in the back of the truck (with our 8 month old puppies) and refilled our bags with candy for the kids...we went through a lot! ;) Although it was extremely hot, we all had a really good time in the parade!

Thank you everyone in advance!,

Marsha Eads Carlson

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