Congratulations to the Nault Family 2019 winner!
Liam Sweeney is a 10 year old boy who attends Stratham Memorial School. He is sweet, funny, smart, and brave. He is wise beyond his years and he is an inspiration to all those around him. Liam was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis before he was born. CF substantially impairs normal respiratory and digestive functions making the simple acts of eating and breathing a challenge. Our hope is to raise awareness of this devastating disease and also raise funds to help Team Sweeney in their race for a cure for CF. Learn more about Liam.
Liam Sweeney, age 10, was diagnosed before he was born with Cystic Fibrosis (CF), a progressive disease that substantially impairs normal respiratory and digestive functions. A typical “healthy day” for Liam involves 34 pills swallowed, 19 additional medications taken, 1 hour hooked up to respiratory therapy, 4 cans of high calorie formula consumed, 2 sinus washes executed, 3 salt replacement drinks ingested, and 8 hours connected to an IV pole through his feeding tube while he sleeps.
Ketti and Jason Sweeney are the dedicated parents of Liam and co-leaders of Team Sweeney. They work tirelessly to raise awareness and funds to find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis. They have graciously agreed to partner with L4L for 2019 and together we will work on helping Liam and all children who suffer from this disease. For more information on Team Sweeney, visit their Facebook page.