Come "Knock Out NF" with Neurofibromatosis (NF) Michigan! This benefit event is hosted by the Board of Directors of NF Michigan, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for those affected by Neurofibromatosis in Michigan.
The night will consist of a raffle, games, dinner, and great fun! Proceeds of the event will help NF Michigan's programs across the state of Michigan (read more about our goal below).
So, come join us as we attempt to "knock out" barriers, stigma, misinformation, isolation, and even tumors for those living with NF in Michigan.
When: Friday May 24th, 2019 - 6:00PM to 9:00PM
What: Appetizers, Drinks, Dinner, Games, Raffle, Benefit
Where: Thousand Oaks Golf Club - 4100 Thousand Oaks Dr NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Dress Code: Business casual or cocktail attire is appreciated.
Alcohol: Alcohol will be available to purchase at the Cash Bar.
Children: The event is likely not suited for small Children.
Accommodations: NF Michigan has secured blocks of rooms at two area hotels. Guests call and request a room with NF Michigan to get the discounted rates until April 24th. Comfort Suites - Grand Rapids North 616.785.7899 and Country Inn and Suites - Grand Rapids East 616.942.7000
On behalf of all of our friends in Michigan affected by Neurofibromatosis, we are reaching for the stars and aiming to raise $25,000 at, and through, the Knock Out NF event!
$25,000 will fund NF Michigan’s personal scholarships and grants that will be awarded in 2019-2020, including:
MiNF Cares - a personal grant directly supporting families affected with the disorder
NF Michigan Travel Grant - a personal grant to assist families needing to travel to a specialist or hospital
Austin Volkert Memorial Scholarship - for high school students with neurofibromatosis with dreams of furthering their education
The Extra Punch
Can’t attend the event? Please consider giving this campaign an extra “punch” and jab us even closer to our goal! Any amount is appreciated and will be used to further our mission of enhancing the quality of lives for those affected by Neurofibromatosis in Michigan?