Our sincere gratitude to our 2018 “Kites2Kure Dystonia” Donors – THANK YOU!

Onyx
Ben and Kathleen Fowke $50,000
Platinum Elite
NextEra Energy Resources $15,000
Lazard $12,000
Platinum
Vestas $10,000
Xcel Energy $9,000
Deloitte $9,000
Entergy $9,000

Gold: 
Berkshire Hathaway Energy $6,000
Great River Energy $6,000
Mortenson Construction $6,000
Southern Company $6000
Invenergy $6,000
Land O’ Lakes $6000
Silver:
EIM $3,000
Ulteig $3,000
George & Laura Bilicic $3,000
KPMG $3000
US Bank $5,000
Ecolab $3,000
Alan & Erika Hodnik $3,000
Geronimo $3,000
American Electric Power Foundation $3000
aps/Pinnacle West $3000
Faegre Baker Daniels $3,000
Duke Energy $3,000
Consumers Energy $3,000
Judy Poferl $3000
Exelon $5000
Southern California Edison $5,000

Bronze

Willis Towers Watson $1000
Kent Larson $1,000
John McAvoy $1000
Edison Electric Institute $2,500
Alliant Energy $1,000
David & Janie Eves $1,000
Center Point Energy $1000
David and Lillian Harkness $1000
Taylor Corporation $1000
Ken & Linda Cutler $1,000
Robert Frenzel $1,000
Darla Figoli $1000
Scott & Joan Wilensky $2,000
Friendship:
Border State Electric $500
Dr. Jerrold Vitek $100
Michelle Davis $100
The Molnar Family $100
Kathy Pierce $100
Tammy McIsaac $100
Roxanne Rosell & Bob Moravec $100
Karen Mortrud $200
Derek Wolden $100
Eileen Seydow $300
Timothy O’Connor $500
Brandon Gruidl $100
Lyle Drangstveit $150
Kellen Schmidt $100

Our Mission

“The mission of The Kurt B. Seydow Dystonia Foundation is to promote education and awareness of Dystonia among the general public and medical community; to advance medical research to ultimately find a cure, and to support the Dystonia Community at large.”

Help Us Help Them

Your gift to The Kurt B. Seydow Dystonia Foundation will fund public and clinical awareness and education, research toward a cure, and dystonia community programs. The Kurt B. Seydow Dystonia Foundation is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to the Kurt B. Seydow Dystonia Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Please consult your tax advisor.

“Yesterday I lived with a disability and focused on the things I can’t do. Today I live with a Thisability and focus on the things I can.”

 Kurt B. Seydow, Dystonia Patient and Honoree

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