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Thank you for supporting the first ever SAFE! at Home edition of the Diamond Awards! If this was the world series of fundraisers, we would be the champions. Thanks to your help, we were able to raise more than $175,000 for families and individuals facing neurological disorders.

Thank you to the MVP’s of this event - Fox Sports North, the Minnesota Twins, News Talk 830 WCCO, Committee Co- Chairs Jennifer Crowder and Debra Allison, our sponsors, and the entire event committee. Also, we truly appreciate Caleb (7), Duncan “Dunky” (5), and the Kasner’s for letting us share their story of challenge, strength, and hope. This is just one of the many stories that propels the University of Minnesota to fight for treatment and research for neurological disorders. Without your support, none of this would be possible. Once again, THANK YOU!

Proceeds from Diamond Awards help the innovative research and patient care for brain, nerve, and muscle disorders at the University of Minnesota. Your support helps individuals and families who are affected by diseases like muscular dystrophy—people like the Kasner family—and inspires hope that we will find a cure. Watch Caleb and Dunky's story below.

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