FanShot

Kidz 1st Fund and Gator Giving

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Ed.: Bumped for karma's sake on #EffFSUFriday. Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher's son, Ethan, was recently diagnosed with a rare blood disorder called Fanconi anemia. Fisher and his wife, Candi, announced the newly created Kidz 1st Fund last week; it will support the research into a cure for this life-threatening condition. You can follow the link to a Tomahawk Nation FanShot that will provide you links for Kidz 1st and more information on Fanconi Anemia. Please stop by there, check out the links and give what you can to support this great cause and let Ethan and others suffering from FA know that the Alligator Army family is behind them!
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