Friday, March 7, 2014
Thank you for your amazing support!
Click here to view a clip form ABC news about the event.
Check out images from our red carpet!
Courtesy of Charlie Clark Photography
Join us for an evening of funding a cure and raising awareness for Spinal Muscular Atrophy, the #1 genetic killer of children under the age of two.
Crystal Team Room
100 E. Penn Square, Philadelphia, PA
7:00 pm - 12:00 am (Midnight)
Individual Ticket: $100
Event Day Ticket Price: $125
Parking (Optional): $10
SMA Affected Individual: FREE
Includes: Cocktails, dinner, dancing, silent & live auction and raffle.
Live music by The Heartbeats
Semi-formal attire required
Red carpet entrance
Click here to read the Ellixson Family's personal story.
Directions from I 95 and 76: Exit onto I-676 (center city). Exit onto 15th Street South (Broad Street Exit). At Market Street, turn left
around City Hall. One short block past Broad Street, make a right onto Juniper Street and an immediate left into the Wanamaker
Building parking garage.
In the parking garage take the South side elevator to the 2nd Floor to check-in. Once checked in, you will be directed to the second set of elevators to the 9th floor.
Looking for a tux rental?
Black Tie Formal Wear owner Gene Louin is generously offering tuxedo rentals for only $59.99!
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*Please mention "Muscles for Mckenna Gala" upon ordering.
Cure SMA is the world’s leader focused on funding SMA research to develop a treatment and cure for the disease. The successful results and progress that the organization has delivered, from basic research to drug discovery to clinical trials, provide real hope for families and patients impacted by the disease. The charity has invested over $55 million in research and has been involved in funding almost two thirds of all the ongoing novel drug programs for SMA.
Cure SMA is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, with 31 Chapters and over 110,000 members and supporters throughout the United States. The organization’s work has produced major discoveries, including identification of the underlying cause and a back-up gene for the disease, which provides a clearly defined target for disease altering therapies. The organization is also dedicated to supporting SMA families through networking, information and services and to improving care for all SMA patients.
Click here to learn more about Cure SMA and our programs.