Piro-Papini Wedding Registry

Thank you for supporting Kennedy Krieger Institute's International Center for Spinal Cord Injury and the Center for Autism and Related Disorders through the Piro-Papini Wedding Registry

We can't wait to get married and are so honored to have you at our wedding!

In lieu of a wedding gift, please consider making a donation to Kennedy Krieger Institute, an organization that is near and dear to our hearts. Kennedy Krieger Institute is a non-profit, world-renowned, hospital, school, and clinical program dedicated to the care of children with disorders and injuries of the brain and spinal cord. Over the past 75 years, Kennedy Krieger Institute has earned international recognition as a premier treatment center for children with disabilities, from the rarest of genetic disorders to the most common learning problems. In one year, Kennedy Krieger treats more than 20,000 patients and provides over 100,000 visits.

Following Kim's sister Valerie's accident in 2008, she received treatment from Kennedy Krieger Institute's International Center for Spinal Cord Injury. The Center's therapists and physicians work with patients to help them reach their potential for recovery, and their scientists work diligently to find a cure. Kim's family was very impressed with the program, and they view Valerie's time there as a critical turning point in her recovery.

Val PiroAnthony's family is passionate about promoting programs that serve children and families in the autism spectrum disorders community. Kennedy Krieger Institute's Center for Autism and Related Disorders combines research, clinical service, a therapeutic day program, and training programs to unlock the potential of children with such disorders, empower patients, and support families.

The work that is being done at Kennedy Krieger has had a tremendous impact on the lives of our loved ones. The Institute needs our support to be able to continue to change the lives of children and their families. Thank you so very much for your support!

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