Research Matching Gift Challenge
Has Been Reached!
Due to the generosity of YOUR research donations, the $200,000 Research Matching Gift Challenge has been reached! Currently, more than 100 quality ataxia research proposals from scientists in 19 countries are being considered. Because of your support, the most promising of these studies will be funded in late December of this year.
Thank you to everyone who supported this year’s ataxia research drive, to all who made research donations throughout the year, and to the anonymous donor who made this research match challenge possible.
Together, we are making a difference. Together, we can end ataxia.
Thank you for your support!
2015 NAF Annual Membership Meeting
“Soaring Mile High for a Cure”
March 6-8, 2015
**** Registration is OPEN ****
The National Ataxia Foundation (NAF) Board of Directors and the National Ataxia Foundation North Central United States Ataxia Leadership 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.
The deadline for early registration is February 6th, 2015. To receive the lowest registration rates, you must register by February 6th. Registration at the door is not recommended. You may register through the NAF website or by mail or phone.
Please review the 2015 Annual Membership Meeting Schedule prior to registering so you are aware of the program changes and additions for this meeting. Due to unforeseen circumstances the meeting schedule may change. For that reason we encourage you to plan to attend the entire meeting to ensure that you will not miss a presentation. See you in Denver!
The National Ataxia Foundation (NAF) is pleased to announce that 24 promising ataxia research studies, totaling more than $1,000,000, from the United States, Italy, Australia, United Kingdom, Portugal, and Germany were awarded funding at the December 2013 NAF Board of Directors meeting for fiscal year 2014.
A listing and summaries of these studies are now available on the Foundation’s web site HERE