SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, April 18, 2015

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"Ladies Night Out!"

“Ladies Night Out!”

 A tremendous “THANK YOU,” to Luz Zeagler (Board Member, and this event’s organizer),  our host Casa Ramos Restaurant, EDH and the Vendors listed below, for supporting HMK.Org at our “Ladies Night Out” event.   Your support is greatly appreciated.

VENDORS
BeautiControl, Liz Sinclair
Beads On Fire, Elena Tucker
Tupperware, Lois Humrich
Author of Adult & Childrens Books, Rebecca Reilly
Thirty-One Gifts, Vanessa Castillo
Miche Bags, Jill Santos
It Works Global Body Wraps, Karen Schriefer
Pacific Coast Hair Magic, Deborah Wilson
Doterra Essential Oils, Ellen Melanie Price
Oragami Owl Lockets & Charms, Maureen Frear

“SCR 104, Recognizes Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Week”

(From left:  Luz Zeagler, Beth Hummel, Carol Pomares, Senator Ted Gaines)

From left:  Luz Zeagler (HMK Boardmember), Beth Hummel (Legis. Aide for Sen. Bob Huff), Carol Pomares (HMK Co-Founder), and Senator Ted Gaines

SACRAMENTO: In late August, the State Legislature took action to unanimously pass a resolution designating the third week of September every year as Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Week. Senate Concurrent Resolution 104, authored by Senate Republican Leader Bob Huff (R-Diamond Bar), and co-authored by Senator Ted Gaines (R-Roseville) calls attention to the fact thatevery 30 minutes a child is born who will develop Mitochondrial Disease by age 10, yet the debilitating medical condition most people have never heard of, can dramatically shorten a child’s life. Mitochondrial Disease is not –unfortunately just one disease – it usually includes an umbrella of 100-200 disorders, which is why it is so difficult to diagnose and treat. …read more

 

 

Thank you for visiting HelpMitoKids.org.  The purpose of this non-profit organization is to help spread awareness about Mitochondrial Disease, and to support those families who have been burdened by medical hardship.  At least two-thirds of every donation will go toward medical and medical-related travel costs not covered by insurance.  One-third will go toward research for Mitochondrial Disease.Financial impact on families dealing with progressive and likely terminal diseases, such as Mitochondrial Disease, is enormous.  The special care required to keep these kids thriving is extremely expensive – often exceeding insurance limits.  Trips across the country, special supplements, therapies, equipment and nutrition are often not covered by insurance.  Furthermore, families with children that are affected by Mitochondrial Disease seldom have two incomes, as one parent is typically needed to administer care at a very high and frequent level.This organization was created by a family who has first hand experience with the impact of Mitochondrial Disease.  By spreading the word about the disease and the families that are afflicted, we can provide hope and strength to those who need it most.