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Stacie’s Wish is helping save lives! What if … Do you have an idea for action?

Tue. Apr 8, 2014

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In 2014, Incourage introduced a new resource: “What If” Grants for resident-led projects that bring people together to move a good idea into action. Meet STACIE’S WISH, a project that honors Stacie Lundquist (pictured above with her children), who died from leukemia in December. Stacie’s sister, Stephanie Engelien, used a “What If” Grant to organize a local donor drive to get more people on the National Marrow Donor Registry. She brought our community together for a great cause that honored her sister and will reach others far beyond our area! Learn more from Stephanie herself >>

Have you ever thought, “What if … (fill in the blank with a good idea you want moved into action)?” To learn about “What If,” click >>

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