Keder Solutions was truly honored to be a sponsor for the “Unite for a Cure” Gala benefiting Angelman Syndrome. We are committed to giving back to our community and raising awareness for causes that we hold dear to our hearts. To bring these causes to light we have developed a program called Keder Cares™. Through the Keder Cares™ Program we pledge to raise awareness of this debilitating disorder, push for finding a cure and provide support to the individuals and families living with Angelman Syndrome.
Thank you to all who came out to support and find a cure for “Our Grace” and other families affected by Angelman Syndrome.
SPECIAL THANKS TO…
John & Bethany Schlueter (Frontline CRE & Keder Solutions)
Keith Eismann (Keder Solutions)
Alain Perez + Corina Cortez (Eventstar Structures, Corp.)
George & Karen Smith- (Mahaffey Tent & Event Rental)
Fred & Linda Tracy (Fred’s Tents & Canopies)
Gary (Braun Enterprises) & Val Braun (Arena Americas)
David & Chastity Tannenbaum (NY Tent)
You too can help us in finding a cure for Angelman Syndrome, by simply placing your regular Keder Solutions’ orders. Keder Solutions in-turn, will donate a percentage of every JANUARY sale directly to the trail blazers that are dedicated to Angelman Syndrome, the Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics (FAST). It is that easy. Help us show the world that through Keder Cares™, FAST and the support of our community that we can find a cure for Angelman Syndrome by doing what we already do…. making Keder Projects beautiful from the inside-out.
Angelman Syndrome (AS) is a neuro-genetic disorder similar to autism that occurs in one in 15,000 births. Characterized by severe intellectual and developmental disability, sleep disturbance, seizures, jerky movements, hand-flapping and frequent laughter or smiling, Angelman Syndrome appears in newborns and lasts for a lifetime. There is no specific therapy for Angelman Syndrome although seizure treatments, physical and occupational therapies, communication therapy, and behavioral therapies are important in allowing individuals with Angelman syndrome to reach their maximum developmental potential. Although great strides have been made to improve the lives of individuals with Angelman Syndrome, continued research is key to not only improvement, but finding a cure.