A Mission for Matt
After a very successful event last year, we are happy to announce the 2nd annual "A Mission for Matt" Dinner Dance.
All proceeds to fund myeloma research, education, support and advocacy.
In November of 2013, at the age of 36, my brother Matt, a healthy, energetic teacher and coach, husband, and father of 3, was hospitalized with his 4th case of pneumonia. These multiple pneumonias, we found out 3 days later, were the result of a diagnosis none of us were prepared to hear - multiple myeloma. In December, being the selfless, generous man Matt is, he began a clinical trial in order to help fight this disease, and to help others afflicted with myeloma. This chemotherapy alone could not halt the myeloma from progressing, and Matt endured a stem cell transplant in June of 2015. Today, he continues to battle multiple myeloma with chemo every other week.
Please help me raise awareness and funds for research to find a cure.
Multiple myeloma is a complex cancer of the bone marrow that attacks and destroys bone. You can read more about multiple myeloma at myeloma.org. You can help the IMF fund research that will lead to a cure, by attending or donating to:
A Mission for Matt
Saturday September 23, 2017
Knights of Columbus Council
186 Jericho Turnpike, Mineola NY 11501
7pm-11pm - doors open at 6:30
$60.00 per person - includes hot buffet, beer, wine, soda
Raffle baskets, Silent Auction
For ages 21 and over
For more info and to register, or make a silent auction/raffle item contribution, please contact Debbie Beatty – 516.660.0056 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you cannot attend, but would like to show your support for this event please click on
the red ‘Make a Donation' button at the top of this page.
First come first serve, limit 250
To donate by check, please make check out to International Myeloma Foundation. Please notate in the Memo/For Line: A Mission for Matt
International Myeloma Foundation
Attn: Suzanne Battaglia
12650 Riverside Drive
Suite 206, North Hollywood, CA 91607
All proceeds to benefit the IMF, providing education and research dollars to help myeloma patients and their families