We are so excited to announce the First Annual

Hillcrest Ducky Derby - 2019

WINNERS for 2019: 1st - Robert Kempfer, 

2nd - Stacyann Lewis, 3rd - Brynn Sweeney

Congratulations and thank you to everyone for your support!!!!


Our GoFundMe is still running if you'd like to send more support to DMST.




Date: Sunday, October 6, 2019 

Time: Splashdown at 12:30 pm 

Location: Cisco Park's Hillcrest Pond during Community Day

Benefits: David Murray Supplemental Trust. 

Prizes: Awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places.

Adopt a Duck


Ducky Adoption Form (pdf)


DUCKY Adoption sites and dates

Flourtown Beverage

Saturday, 9/14 at 3-5 pm

Locals in Wyndmoor

Sunday, 9/15 at 9-11 am

Pet Valu in Flourtown

Friday, 9/20 at 4-6 pm

Starbucks in Flourtown

Sunday, 9/22 at 10 am-12 pm

Market at the Fareway in Chestnut Hill

Friday, 9/27 at 5-7 pm

Oreland Pizza

Friday, 10/4 at 5-7 pm


David Murray Supplemental Trust.


 David is an upbeat, kindhearted, 60-year-old man battling a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy. After over 30 years of living independently in a home built by his mother, the house has become in disrepair and requires a new roof and upgrades to make the home more wheelchair accessible. Without adequate help keeping up with the demands of his home, David will soon be forced to move into a home-care facility. Please help David stay in his home and maintain his independence. 

David’s history

David grew up in Ambler and Erdenheim, Pennsylvania and graduated from Antonelli’s in Erdenheim with an Associates Degree and bright future in photography. After experiencing several falls, David was diagnosed with Dystol Myopathy, a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy, at the age of 22. A few years later, David’s younger sister Coleen was diagnosed with the same form of the disease. While anyone receiving a devastating diagnosis like this could easily become discouraged, David and Coleen remained two of the happiest and strongest people you’d ever meet. Together, they dedicated their lives to finding a cure for Muscular Dystrophy by undergoing muscle biopsies, participating in experimental treatments and volunteering their time at the Jerry Lewis Telethon each year. As their bodies began to fail them, both Coleen and David were confined to wheelchairs. In 1987, their mother Catherine Murray built a handicapped accessible home where they’d be able to live together and maintain their independence. After Catherine passed away in 2008, David and Coleen did their best to maintain the home without their mother’s help. With the help of family and friends, they lived together until Coleen’s death in 2014. Today, David lives alone with help from home care aides and is struggling to keep up with ongoing expenses of his home.

For more information, please contact Pat Sivel at 215-233-2472. All proceeds raised will go to the David Murray Supplemental Trust.