RED FRED PROJECT: “Good Things Utah”
Salt Lake City man set to travel the country to help critically ill children share their story
On April 1, Dallas Graham, Executive Director of the Red Fred Project, will put his Salt Lake City life on hold for one year to travel across the country to create books with children living with rare diseases and critical illnesses.
Helping children tell their stories to the world is an adventure Dallas has been on since 2012. Local Red Fred Project Storyteller Gabe Casando joined him today to share the significance of Rare Disease Day (February 28) and the Red Fred Project.
Gabe explained what it’s like to live with Escobar Multiple Pterygium Syndrome, and shared details about his book which is in the production progress.
On his book tour across the country, Dallas will spend three weeks in each city (10 total), to work with a new storyteller (child) to produce their story.
Donate to the Red Fred Project today at redfredproject.com/giving to help them raise $10K which will be matched by the Barker Family Foundation!
All donations are 100% tax-deductible (501c3).
Learn more about the Red Fred Project on Instagram and Facebook: @redfredproject .