Foundation for Mitochondrial Medicine


Foundation for Mitochondrial Medicine

Hope Flies Catch the Cure – Mark Your Calendar

Hope Flies® Catch the Cure
Honoring Margaret and John Robinson
Friday, September 23, 2016 at The Stave Room

We are pleased to announce this year we are honoring Margaret and John Robinson for their support and advocacy on behalf of the entire mitochondrial disease community and in particular, granddaughter, Grace Martin.  During this year’s event will also be remembering fondly, Desmond Gray, one of our Voices of Hope Flies, who sadly lost his battle with mitochondrial disease this Spring at age 22.

Hope Flies Catch the Cure is Atlanta’s annual fun party of friends and friends of friends, promoting awareness for mitochondrial disease and raising funds for research and treatment, including the exciting new Clinical and Research Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham

Since the Hope Flies® inception, awareness has increased for mitochondrial disease-an energy production problem—affecting 1 in 2,500 people.

Treating mitochondrial dysfunction continues to be a scientific priority in the fields of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, diabetes, Autism, cardiac  disease, ALS even glaucoma and more.

Please help us reach our goal of raising $350,000 and become a sponsor today!  New sponsorship levels include reserved seating and a VIP Experience as well as a Table Host.  Click here to see all sponsorship levels and benefits.  To learn more about corporate sponsorships please contact us at:

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