Sept. 17, 2007
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - North Carolina men's and women's swimming team held a benefit September 15 to aid in the fund raising for the Lyndsey's TLC Foundation, a foundation founded by and dedicated to Lyndsey McLaughlin, the sister of Tar Heel sophomore swimmer Jason McLaughlin.
Team members ran their own practice and organized specific fun events as part of a mock dual meet. Among the events was a relay where each member of the team had to swim two laps of the pool while wearing a T-shirt, then take off the shirt and pass it on to the next swimmer who could not enter the water until the T-shirt was put on.
Lyndsey's TLC Foundation is committed to improving the quality of life for those with Cyrstic Fibrosis. The Foundation's mission is to provide financial support for the care of individuals with CF. The money is dedicated to improve the quality of life for young people who face significant costs associated with CF and lung transplants. This includes medical treatment not covered by insurance, cost of housing near the hospital for the patient and their immediate family as well as travel expenses related to medical treatment. There are also a host of after care expenses such as antirejection medications, nutritonal supplements, antibiotics and follow up visits. Lyndsey's TLC Foundation is a non-profit organization with 501 (3) tax exempt status. Employer Identification Numer: 20-288237. Contributions are tax deductible.
If you are interested in contributing to Lyndsey's TLC Foundation please send your check to:
Lyndsey's TLC Foundation
25 Blackthorn Lane
White Plains, NY 10606
For more information about the disease cystic fibrosis go to: