Hope Flies® Auction Donors help Hope Fly!
Volunteers are hard at work planning the 2017 Hope Flies® Catch the Cure Auction to be held Friday, September 22, 2017 at the Stave Room. Things are coming together nicely, but we could use some help from our friends! If you have merchandise, a certificate or experience to donate to the 2017 auction, FMM kindly appreciates the consideration. Hope Flies with the support of our caring community.
FMM thanks all its auction donors, past and present. Click here to view the 2016 Catch the Cure auction donors.
Hope Flies® Catch the Cure 2017
Plans under way for 8th Annual Catch the Cure!
8th Annual Catch the Cure, Friday, September 22, 2017
The Foundation for Mitochondrial Medicine (FMM) will host the 8thAnnual Hope Flies Catch the Cure at the Stave Room, American Spirit Works, in Atlanta on Friday, September 22. Thank you to the 2017 Event Co-Chairs, Kyle Hinson & Anne Worrell, for graciously leading this year’s celebration with passion and dedication to help those impacted by mitochondrial disease and its related diseases. Hope Flies Catch the Cure promises to be a beautiful night of hope and inspiration.
A team of dedicated and talented volunteers is hard at work to deliver a fabulous night of dinner, dancing and surprises. Visit https://fmm.ejoinme.org/catchthecure for sponsorship and admission purchase. To learn more about Catch the Cure and FMM, visit www.hopeflies.org/catchthecure and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support and interest in Hope Flies Catch the Cure and the mission of FMM.
Our Mission and Priorities
The Foundation for Mitochondrial Medicine (FMM) supports the development of the most promising mitochondrial disease research and treatments of the many forms of mitochondrial disease. Since its inception, the Foundation for Mitochondrial Medicine has worked hard to raise awareness for mitochondrial disease, make connections and partnerships with related diseases like Autism, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and ALS, and fund research for better treatments and cures for pediatric and adult patients.