Do something 4NF! Do something you know…Something you love! Don’t worry…we’re here to help!
Want to Do It Your Way by raising awareness and funds with a personal event? This is a great way to give more than your individual donation and to raise funds to support Clinics, Awareness, Research, Education, and Support. Include your friends to help improve the lives of children and adults with neurofibromatosis in meaningful ways. While it is a Do It Your Way event, we’re here to help however we can.
If you’re interested in hosting a Do It Your Way Fundraising Event, please contact:
The NF Midwest Office
Setting Up a Do It Your Way (Personal) Event
Whether you have organized an event before or this is your first time, we want your fundraiser to be a great success and we’re here to help you. Combined with NF Midwest’s expertise in planning, tax receipting, policies and recognition, you can easily hold your own fundraising event that is meaningful for everyone. We know organizing and planning a fundraising event can be a huge task, which is why our team of experienced event staff are happy to support you and provide the tools you need.
What NF Midwest Can Do
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We thought the symposium was really great. It was really informative and was great to meet other families. Thank you for specifically introducing us to the couple from Tinley Park. We also had a chance to talk with some of the doctors during the lunch period and that was really helpful as well. …. … we reminded ourselves to not get overwhelmed by the info and just to take it all in stride as much as we can. I think when it's all new to you, it all sounds so scary. Which is why it was so nice to meet other families with happy kids and adults with NF. …I also really liked the check presentations! How great to see the money/research going straight into the hands of the doctors.
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