Prior to the game, the Hope Flies Home Run Challenge team will host a Mitochondrial Families Day on Georgia Tech’s campus. Pregame activities will begin at 11:30 am with a picnic, carnival style activities for children and a meet and greet with Jacket’s players, Colby and Kyle Wren.
A block of tickets has been reserved and tickets are complimentary for those with mitochondrial disease.
RSVP to join us via the Hope Flies Home Run Challenge event on Facebook www.mitochondrialdiseases.org/facebook or email: email@example.com
The Foundation for Mitochondrial Medicine is dedicated to supporting the most promising treatments for the many forms of mitochondrial disease. People with mitochondrial disease struggle daily. So do the many people affected by the cousins of mitochondrial disease—Autism, Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s, ALS, Chronic Fatigue, diabetes, epilepsy and more.
We appreciate our donors, volunteers, and social media friends – all of you help us on the mission to fund research and treatments for pediatric and adult patients.
Hope can fly. Hope can heal. Thank you.