Posted Thursday, September 28, 2017 – 6:25 PM
By Victoria Talbot
Local Nespresso boutique director Jeffrey Evans and his wife Brandi are on a mission: to help raise awareness and funds to help find a cure for Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease – the fatal brain disease that killed Brandi’s father, Neil W. Foster.
The generously-proffered venue for Coffee with the Cops, Nespresso has become a central fixture in the Beverly Hills community.
But Evans’ commitment to philanthropy has another edge to it that is personal, and now, in conjunction with the non-profit Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Foundation, Inc., the Evans’ will hold the second annual ‘Strides for CJD’ Walk on Oct. 14 at Beverly Hills High School.
CJD, or Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease is a rare and fatal brain disease that affects about 350 Americans a year and one million worldwide.
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