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In what has become a fall tradition, like hayrides and pumpkin-picking, Sanford School hosted its 4th annual Pancakes for Parkinson’s fundraiser last weekend. More than 1,000 folks came hungry and left happy, supporting Delaware Team Fox with upwards of $85,000!

Since 2009, Delaware Team Fox has raised nearly $450,000, benefiting The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research to accelerate the delivery of life-changing treatments, and ultimately a cure, to people with Parkinson’s disease.


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