2015 NAF Annual Membership Meeting
“Soaring Mile High for a Cure”
March 6-8, 2015
The National Ataxia Foundation (NAF) Board of Directors and our host, the North Central Region would like to welcome you to the 58th Annual Membership Meeting (AMM). Please join us at the Sheraton Downtown Denver Hotel to learn, share, network, have fun, and enjoy the sites. See you in Denver!
After February 27th - On Site
NAF Member $200
Non Member $255
No refunds of registration fees for cancellations
received after February 27th.
9:15 am – 1:00 pm Mountain Time
Join the Live Webcast of the 2015 AMM General Sessions
on Sunday, March 8th. Slower Internet connections
may cause lag. Turn your sound on for audio.
New: Ataxia Research Studies
Awarded Funding for FY 2015
The National Ataxia Foundation (NAF) is pleased to announce that 23 promising ataxia research studies from the United States, Belgium, Mexico, United Kingdom, Portugal, and Germany were awarded funding at the December 2014 NAF Board of Directors meeting for fiscal year 2015. With the funding of these 23 research studies and the previous research studies funded earlier in 2014, nearly one million dollars was committed for ataxia research.
The funding for these important ataxia research projects have been made possible through the generosity of NAF donors and partners. NAF is truly grateful to all who contributed to the 2014 NAF Annual Ataxia Research Drive, the $200,000 matching research grant from an anonymous donor, our corporate and foundation friends, the Michael and Patricia Clementz Family Endowment Fund for SCA 3 Research, NAF chapters and support groups, individual and group donations, individuals and families who conducted fund raising events, NAF Walk n’ Rolls for Ataxia events, the Bob Allison Ataxia Research Center (BAARC) and our anonymous donor.
The National Ataxia Foundation gratefully acknowledges all who supported these important ataxia research studies. It is through your generosity that enables NAF to continue to fund world-wide cutting-edge ataxia research studies that helps bring us closer to ending ataxia. Thank you!
The Schwan's Cares "Research, Education, and Support
for Ataxia", fundraising campaign has launched,
and we need your help. The goal is to raise $5,000 between Jan 30 2015 and Mar 16 2015.
Schwan's will give 20% of your product purchase and 40%
of your eGift Card purchase (one per customer, per
campaign) back to our campaign and you'll get great food for your friends and family!
On March 3 the world will GiveRare
Together we can change the world for 30 million Americans affected by RARE disease