Help Lochlan see a bright future ahead of him!

Help Lochlan see a bright future ahead of him!

From Lexi Nash

In 2016, 4 yo Lochlan was diagnosed with CRB1 Retinal Dystrophy. Lochlan's vision will steadily fade until he is completely blind. But there's hope!

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Lochlan Whited, the four year old son of Lindsay and Zachary, was diagnosed with CRB1 Retinal Dystrophy in February of 2016. Due to the nature of his diagnosis, Lochlan's vision will steadily fade until he is rendered completely blind. There is hope for finding light in the darkness thanks to groundbreaking research happening all over the world. Please consider donating to help Lochlan see his very bright future! All donations will go to the Curing Retinal Blindless Foundation to help fund researchers as they work diligently to find a cure. 

The sisters of the Epsilon Eta chapter of Delta Gamma at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania will be holding our annual Anchor Splash on Sunday, February 18, 2018. Anchor Splash is a swimming competition in which sororities, fraternities, service clubs, sports teams, and campus interest groups compete in relays, synchronized swimming, and other fun swimming events! This is one of the most popular and well-attended events at IUP. 

Do Good, our motto since 1873, was penned by our founders; and this motto is alive and well in 2018. Since 1936, our national philanthropy has been Service for Sight. Delta Gammas across the nation fundraise and volunteer their time to assist those who are blind or visually impaired. 

Please accept our gratitude and thanks in advance for any donation that you make, and remember that together we will DO GOOD. 

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