Jodie Sweetin is sharing how fans can continue Bob Saget’s legacy of “giving to others.”
Sweet, 39, took to her Instagram story on Friday, the same day Saget was buried, to share a donation fund set up by the Scleroderma Research Foundation that Saget was heavily involved with.
“If you want to honor @bobsaget today, please consider donating below. Bob has worked tirelessly for @srfcure,” Sweetin shared to his 2.4 million Instagram followers.
“Please help them with their legacy of giving to others by donating and sharing,” he said.
Bob Saget privately assisted a 9-year-old scleroderma patient and his family in their final years
Scleroderma is a disease that took the life of his sister Gay in 1994. A tireless lawyer For those struggling with the disease, constantly charitable programs and serving on the board of the Scleroderma Research Foundation. In many cases, he noted how committed he was to finding a cure after he was personally affected by the disease.
On Friday, the foundation posted about Saget’s work, saying, “They are incredibly touching as we watch the power of altruism to heal.”
“People are reaching out to SRF around the world to honor Smriti SRF board member Bob Saget and his lifelong dedication to raising awareness of scleroderma,” the SRF wrote in the post.
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It continues: “From New Zealand to Canada to Africa and beyond, more than 2,400 generous fans, friends and patients have donated to Bob’s honor to continue his legacy of finding a cure for scleroderma, and hundreds of people are raising funds and sharing their stories. If you want to join the community, go to SRFcure.org. ”
On Friday, Saget’s funeral at Mount Sinai Memorial Cemetery in Hollywood Hills, California was attended by Sweetin and his “Full House” co-stars Candace Cameron Bure, Marie-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Dave Collier, John Stamos, Lori Loughlin.
According to reports, 300 people attended the ceremony. Comedians including Dave Chappell, Chris Rock and Jeff Ross were among the many other stars, including John Mayer, Jimmy Kimmel, Kathy Griffin, Stamos’s wife Caitlin McHugh and Loughlin’s husband, Mosimo Gianulli.
Earlier in the week, Sweetin, who played Stephanie Tanner in “Full House,” took to Instagram to share a lengthy note praising her on-screen father.
“There are not enough words to express what I’m feeling today, or how big it is to capture who he is,” Sweetin began. His statement on Instagram.
He echoed Barber’s sentiments in Saget, saying that he never missed a chance to say, “I love you.”
“It’s funny that all of us have hundreds of jokes inside that only the family knows and no one else understands or thinks of. The show notes, laughing together at the kitchen table on set. He and Dave were dancing together at my 13th birthday party. I enjoyed spending time with the girls and eating blueberry pancakes, ”she wrote.
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She continued: “Bob is a wonderful man. He is a man who can cheer you up, and he knows it, but you are a real person who can not be disappointed. Someone call and apologize. If he thought that could have been taken, he was a truly merciful spirit. He accomplished a lot in his life and was very happy. He was helping others. “
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John Stamos also shared a joint statement on behalf of the cast, “Thirty-five years ago, we were together as a TV family, but we are a real family. And now we are sad as a family,” Shraddhanjali Started for comedian and actor.
“Bob laughed at us until we cried. Now our tears are flowing with sadness, but we are grateful for all the beautiful memories of our sweet, kind, cheerful, loving Bob. We ask for his honor, hug the people you love.
The Uncle Jesse performer signed a co-star with his co-stars “John, Dave, Candace, Jodie, Lori, Andrea, Scott, Jeff, Ashley and Mary-Kate.”
Tyler McCarthy and Lauryn Overholtz of LBL contributed to this report.