The Cooper Perry Fund


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Welcome to the Cooper Perry Fund site. We hope that you will join us at our 4th Annual Cooper Perry Fund Family Fundraiser being held Sunday, November 13th, 2011 at Pierce Park Pavilion on Daniel Island. For more information please contact Brandon Perry at 843-566-4626.

Purchase Tickets Adults are $30, kids are free.

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Cooper Perry Fund Oyster Roast & Family Fundraiser

Where:Pierce Park Pavilion - Daniel Island, SC
Pierce Street
Daniel Island , SC 29492

When: Sunday, November 13, 2011

Time: 4-8PM

Cooper Perry Fund Oyster Roast & Family Fundraiser to benefit the Charleston area Ronald McDonald House. Oysters, Food from Home Team BBQ, Chick -Fil-A kids food, Holy City Brewing Co Beer,Mozzo Deli deserts, Live Music, Kids activities, Silent Auction. More info coming soon. Please bring your friends. This is a family friendly event. Thank you- Brandon & Stacy Perry

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Cooper Perry, just three months shy of his third birthday, fell victim to Meningitis, which escalated into Encephalitis. In just under a week, however, he had passed away.

The Cooper Perry Fund has been created to accomplish three main goals:

1. Create awareness of brain trauma, specifically Meningitis and Encephalitis.
2. Raise funds for medical research, brain protection and preservation, and for brain trauma victims.
3. Continue the ongoing legacy of Cooper Perry’s spirit.

The Cooper Perry Fund supports The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

The Cooper Perry Fund will earn income in a variety of manners including: sale of merchandise created exclusively for the Fund (such as exclusive action figures, T-shirts, fine art, etc.), events, grants, and donations.

Thank you for your support to this worthwhile cause.

The Perry Family

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Proceeds from the 3nd Annual Cooper Perry Fund Golf Tournament will be given to the Department of Neurology at Johns Hopkins to establish the Cooper Perry Fund for Pediatric Neurology.

This fund will help support research in neuroprotection.  Multiple conditions, such as meningitis, traumatic brain injury, stroke and brain hemorrhage may cause brain swelling.  This swelling, also known as intracranial pressure can increase dramatically and may lead to severe injury.  It is difficult to predict which children will have the greatest increase in intracranial pressure and hence the worst neurologic injury.

At Johns Hopkins, physician researchers are developing improved methods to better predict which children are at highest risk for serious injury and have the greatest need for aggressive medical care.  Utilizing state-of-the-art imaging technologies and advanced monitoring equipment, these physicians are working to save brain function and restore related motor and cognitive abilities in children with these injuries.

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Brandon Perry

1030 Blakeway St.
Daniel Island, SC 29492

Phone: 843-566-4626


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