Participant Page: Dawn Mlodoch

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Dawn Mlodoch
My Story


Dear Family and Friends,

Balance Awareness Week is near and I’m helping the Vestibular Disorders Association raise awareness about the challenges of living with a vestibular disorder.

Vestibular disorders affect millions of people each year. Dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance are just some of the symptoms of a vestibular disorder. Even more debilitating is the fatigue, brain fog, anxiety, and depression that many vestibular patients face every day. And because these conditions are invisible to others, patients are often accused of "faking it."

VESTIBULAR DISORDERS ARE REAL AND DEBILITATING. I know, because I experience every one of these symptoms myself.  Here is a link to my vestibular journey: 

I am asking you to join me in supporting VEDA – a worthwhile organization that’s helped me rebalance my life. Please visit to make a donation or visit my personal campaign page and make a donation today.

I don’t often ask for donations but this is an organization that has been so helpful to me during a difficult time in my life and my hope is that I can now pay that same hope and help forward to others who are just beginning their vestibular journey. 

If you have taken the time to read this, thank you!! And if you are taking one more step to donate any amount.  Thank you!!! Thank you!!! Thank you!!!  This means more to me than you will ever know.

Peace, love and happiness

Dawn Mlodoch


VEDA Ambassasors

The goal of the Ambassador Board is to engage patients and professionals in raising awareness about vestibular disorders within their communities and among their social networks.

Wont you help to #Defeatdizziness

$ 590.60
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Of target
$ 250.00
This Page is 14th out of the 53 fundraisers taking part in event.
Marcia And David has donated $ 25.00
Uncle Ed And Pat has donated $ 50.00
Cheryl Milner has donated $ 20.00

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