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Five-month-old Casen Buswell of Puyallup, WA has been diagnosed with Glomuvenous malformation (GVM) plaque-type. It’s a genetic disorder so rare, only 14 in the world are living with the disorder. There are only two that have been specifically diagnosed with Casen’s GVM-type.
Hunter Stutz (one of my son’s best friends) is going to climb Mount Rainier on July 25th in order to raise funds to help baby Casen get the treatments he needs. I personally know Hunter, and I am so proud of him and his efforts, he is a fine young man with a big heart. We would love if you could help Hunter reach his goal, all donations whether big or small will make a difference.
If you able to donate and help Hunter reach his goal of raising $10,000 for the Buswell family it would be much appreciated. You can make donations on the Climb for Casen website.
Learn more about the Casen and Hunter’s “Climb for Casen”:
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