In September, approximately 70 guests gathered at the home of Dr. Mary Missak in Memphis, TN, for Arabian Nights, Dinner & Entertainment. Guests dined on authentic Egyptian cuisine prepared by the host and also enjoyed Middle Eastern influenced belly and fire dancing. During our presentation about GSD you could have heard a pin drop, even the children were very interested. The majority of the guests (many of them doctors) had never heard of or knew very little about Glycogen Storage Disease. We feel that the night was a very big success in that we spread the word about GSD in our local community and raised $5500 for research.
Join us for “Arabian Nights, Dinner & Entertainment” to benefit AverysHope.org and Glycogen Storage Disease Research. The cost for this event is $30 per person and all proceeds will go towards research. If you cannot attend, but wish to make a donation, please contact us. Donations are Tax Deductible.
Avery's Hope Fund was established to raise public awareness about Glycogen Storage Disease and to support fundraising efforts to find a cure for this disease.