Businesses Support Local Fundraiser For Rare Disease

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By: Bailey Myers
November 1st, 2013

Tallahassee, FL - It's not all about football for Jimbo Fisher this weekend... Today the Fisher family recruited Tallahassee businesses to support a good cause.

Restaurants and other local businesses like Chicken Salad Chick donated a portion of their sales to the Kids first fund.
Kids First Fund raises money to help find a cure for Fanconi anemia, a life threatening blood disease. Business owners said it was just another way for them to help their community.

Chicken Salad Chick Owner Carolyn Gosselin said, "There are companies in this community that love this community and want to support this community and if they come help and support those local businesses, then we all win."

Jimbo Fisher's young son has the disease and recruited businesses to help raise money and awareness.

For more information about Kids First you can visit their website at: