SRNA is gearing up for our 25th Anniversary Gala and Dinner Experience. Taking place on August 24th at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida, the Gala will be an exciting evening for all who attend. Guests will enjoy a unique opportunity to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo in the Saturn V room, while raising funds for rare neuroimmune disorders. 100% of the funds raised will go toward advancing research in the field of rare neuroimmune disorders.
This event will be the 4th Gala in SRNA’s history. Through the generous support and hard work of the event’s organizers, Jason and Tina Robbins, we have been able to raise over $80,000 in previous years. Jason and Tina’s daughter, Sarah, was diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis in 2011. Since that time, it became their mission “to find a cause and a cure for these devastating rare auto-immune neurological disorders.” Through this event, the Robbins family is helping us raise more funds for much-needed research for these rare disorders. We are thankful for Jason and Tina, who have dedicated their time to planning and hosting this successful event, and we are excited to share in this experience with all who attend.
The Gala will include raffles, Silent and Live auctions as well as musical entertainment. Guests will also have the chance to view real Apollo V artifacts and other amazing exhibits. We hope you will join us for an extraordinary evening in celebration of SRNA’s 25th Anniversary to help bring light and hope for the future. To learn more about the Gala and how to attend, please visit the event page here.