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Carbon Monoxide Fact #30Negative health effects from CO can build up over time, causing permanent damage.
Caitlin Brondolo Charitable Foundation
On May 31, 2009 Caitlin Brondolo lost her life tragically at the age of 12 to carbon monoxide poisoning. She and her best friend Amber Wilson were having a sleepover at Amber’s house while a car was mistakenly left running in the garage. A charitable foundation has been established to honor her memory.
The foundation will be used only for charitable purposes. Through this foundation we can honor the memory of Caitlin while helping those in need. Information may also be found at AmberWilsonFoundation.org
About Caitlin Rose
Caitlin loved her sister Cassie, her Mommy & Daddy, her family, her friends, her faith, and life. She was athletic, bright, and talented. She had a passion for golf and participated in many tournaments throughout South Florida area. She loved school and always strived for academic excellence. Early on Caitlin demonstrated her creativity through her artistic ability; Please see Caitlin’s art work below.
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Academics came easy for Caitlin as she spent her years as an honor student. Caitlin won many awards including “Character Counts”. She participated as a Brownie and Junior Girl Scout and developed many special friendships. Caitlin’s favorite color was purple. She loved the Jonas Brothers, her converse sneakers, animals - (especially her dog Cupcake, her Bird Mo and her fish’s Reggie & Bluey), technology, Disney World and her best friend Amber Sue Wilson.
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The mission of the Foundation is to provide scholarships to children in need and to increase public awareness and prevention of the dangers of carbon monoxide.
Partners & Affiliates
The success of the Caitlin Brondolo Charitable Foundation is, was and will continue to be in partnership with generous organizations and businesses that share our mission. Please join us in thanking them: