A Bipartisan Cause for a Parkinson's Cure
Co-Chairs: Matthew Keswick & Justin P. Griffin

                          

         

What do a donkey and an elephant have in common?

An urgent desire to help find a cure for Parkinson's disease.

 

On February 10, join us as we bring together members of the political community from both sides of the aisle for an evening of networking, dialogue and philanthropy. All proceeds raised will be donated to high-impact research programs funded by The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research (MJFF).  


A BIPARTISAN CAUSE FOR A PARKINSON'S CURE
Monday, February 10
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
The George Town Club | 1530 Wisconsin Ave NW


In addition to cocktails and appetizers, the evening will include a policy briefing regarding Parkinson's with political leaders and leadership from The Michael J. Fox Foundation.


** Tickets sales are now closed.** 
If you have a question, please email Liz Diemer at ediemer@michaeljfox.org


 

   

 


EVENT LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE

Co-Chairs
Matthew Keswick & Justin P. Griffin

Guests of Honor
Governor Charlie Baker / Congressman Pete King 

Congressman Jim McGovern / The Hon. John McHugh

The Hon. Ray LaHood / Governor Ed Rendell / The Hon. Jack Quinn
Senatorial Sponsors 
Philip Cox & Jamie Hoag
Congressional Sponsor

Sally and Patrick Griffin / Pete Morgan

Statesman Sponsor
 Tom, Carol, Fleming and Tyler Boyd / The Hon. Jack Quinn

Host Committee

 Mike Blank / Brooke and Fritz  Brogan / Jen Cunningham / Christian Clanksy

Brian A. Dodge / Caryn Eggeraat /  Matt Epperly - Chartwell Strategy Group

Alyssa Farah / Sarah Friedman / Menda Fife - FifeStrategies, LLC 

Elisa and Tyler Griffin / Barney Keller / Joseph LaMountain / Matt McAlvanah / 

Ann McCord / Matt Leonardo / Clark Pastrick / Craig Stevens - DCI Group 

Jake, Joe and Lou Tamposi / Tamposi Foundation / Chad VonLuehrte 



An estimated six million people worldwide live with Parkinson's today. It is the second most common neurological disorder. In the United States, approximately 60,000 new cases will be diagnosed this year alone. There is no known cure.


Together, we can change this. 


The Michael J. Fox Foundation is the largest nonprofit funder of Parkinson's research in the world, having invested over $800 million into the global research field since inception in 2000. MJFF accelerates high-impact science through smart risk taking and problem solving with a commitment to urgency and efficiency. When you give today, 100 percent of proceeds from Team Fox events, like ours, go straight to MJFF’s programmatic efforts. Join us, today. 



Ticket Information

Senatorial Sponsor

- 10 tickets
- Lead placement on external marketing and event signage
- Inclusion on formal event invitation (must be confirmed by 1/10/20)
- Swag Pack (TBD)

$10,000

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Congressional Sponsor

- 5 tickets
- Premier placement on external marketing and event signage
- Inclusion on event invitation (must be confirmed by 1/10/20)
- Swag pack (TBD)

$5,000

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Statesmen Sponsor

- 2 tickets
- Placement on external marketing and event signage
- Inclusion on event invitation (must be confirmed by 1/10/20)

$2,500

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Host Committee Ticket

- Inclusions on formal event invitation. (Must be purchased by 1/10/20)

Available Until
01/27/2020 11:59 PM
$1,000
Expired

Individual Ticket

Available Until
01/27/2020 11:59 PM
$250
Expired
Total: $0.00

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February 10, 2020

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