Tallahassee, FL – Florida State head football coach Jimbo Fisher and his wife Candi presented the second Kidz1stFund check in only 19 months to Dr. John Wagner, M.D. and Dr. Margaret L. MacMillan, M.D. co-directors of the Fanconi Anemia Comprehensive Care Clinic at the University of Minnesota Monday evening
August 29, 2012
This August marks exactly one year since FSU football’s head coach Jimbo Fisher and his wife Candi started the Kidz1st Fund to fight for a victory unattainable in Doak Campbell Stadium.
In 2011, the Fishers received news that their youngest son, 7-year-old Ethan, was diagnosed with Fanconi
August 18, 2012
TALLAHASSEE — Jimbo Fisher‘s players gave him the perfect way to sum up a monumental shift in his life.
“They say it all the time … ‘YOLO,’ right? ‘You only live once,’” Fisher, Florida State‘s 46-year-old coach, said to a room of mostly young reporters who erupted in laughter
Jimbo and Candi Fisher’s Kidz1stFund celebrated its 1st anniversary and continues to thrive in reaching its mission.
Non-profit raises over $500,000 and starts legislative campaign in D.C. to raise awareness for Fanconi anemia.
Tallahassee, FL — On August 5th, Kidz1stFund celebrated one year of existence and achieved impressive fundraising, awareness
July 11, 2012
Representative C. W. Bill Young was honored to meet with the Head Football Coach of Florida State University, Jimbo Fisher and his wife Candi, to discuss the Kidz 1st Fund and their efforts to advance research for a cure to Fanconi Anemia. Founded by the Fishers in
Florida State head football coach Jimbo Fisher and his wife, Candi, presented the check during Saturday’s Gophers basketball game.
By Andrew Krammer
March 5, 2012
The Gophers men’s basketball faithful gave a standing ovation Saturday during the team’s Big Ten regular season finale against Nebraska — and it had nothing
December 21, 2011
“During this holiday season, we want to give thanks to all of those who have contributed to our “kwest” for a cure at Kidz1stFund. We are incredibly thankful for the support you have given our family and others who are fighting Fanconi anemia (FA).
Although our family
Florida State coach and family raise awareness and funds for Fanconi anemia research at the U
December 5, 2011
By Nicole Endres
Jimbo Fisher has a microphone and he’s not afraid to use it.
When the Florida State University football coach and his wife, Candi, learned earlier this year that
September 16, 2011
Clearwater, FL – AmeriLife Group, LLC owner, CEO and President Timothy North travelled to Tallahassee today to donate $25,000 to Kidz1stFund™, a research project established by Florida State University football coach Jimbo Fisher and his wife, Candi, raising money to find a cure for Fanconi anemia.