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The CTI Cares program was established in response to the great interest of our employees who want to give back to society, and in part due to the prior success we’ve had in charitable giving programs.  Under this program, all employees have the opportunity to nominate a charity/special cause near to them. CTI Cares is a way for CTI employees to raise awareness and raise financial contributions for the causes they personally feel passionate about. The employee who submitted the selected CTI Cares highlight will have the opportunity during the month to spotlight their charity around the office, raise awareness and educate others in the company, and receive a contribution from CTI in addition to the money they raise.

In addition to the monthly employee selected spotlights, CTI Cares will respond to local, regional, national, and global needs as they arise. CTI is committed to donating back to those in need, especially in communities and areas directly related to our employees, sponsors, and partners.

Support has been donated to:

May CTI Cares Spotlight

Fanconi Anemia Research Fund (FARF)  

 Fanconi Anemia Research Fund (FARF)


FARF is a national non-profit organization based in Eugene, Oregon.  FARF was founded in 1989 by Dave and Lynn Frohnmayer, whose 3 daughters were diagnosed with Fanconi Anemia (FA).  Unfortunately, all 3 daughters have now passed away due to FA or FA complications.  Their mission is to fund clinical research to find effective treatments and a cure for Fanconi Anemia as well as provide education and support services to families worldwide. 

Fanconi Anemia is an inherited disease that leads to bone marrow failure, leukemia, and other cancers.  Though considered primarily a blood disease, FA may affect all systems of the body. It is a complex and chronic disorder that is psychologically demanding. FA is also a cancer-prone disease, affecting patients decades earlier than the general population.  FA is typically diagnosed at a young age and the life expectancy of those diagnosed is rarely past young adulthood.  The Fanconi Anemia Research Fund has raised more than $25 million for medical research and family support.  More information can be found out: http://fanconi.org/


Nominated by: Jeanie White, Senior Project Accountant and Shawna Bredek, Director, Clinical Trials


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