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We now have a shop!
Lots of great items from clothing to face masks to help you – to help us – raise awareness and a little bit of funds. Check it out … and maybe check something out too!

Online Shop

Shop Now OpenWe now have a shop!

Lots of great items from clothing to face masks to help you – to help us – raise awareness and a little bit of funds.

Check it out … and maybe check something out too!

Light up for Mito Success

From The Piece Hall in Halifax to the Fox & Hounds, Bury St Edmunds (pictured)… it was fantastic to see so many buildings light up green this year in the UK in support of ‘Light Up for Mito’, part of World Mito Week.

Some of our wonderful ‘missionees’ were determined to be in on the campaign too! Check out Regan and his family in the West Midlands from
Regan’s Mito Mission, the Brooks’ family home where
Steph & Jake’s Mission is based and the eye-catching window in Rochdale by
Aiman’s Mito Mission.  All glowing gloriously green to raise awareness.

Light up for Mito Success

Piece Hall - Fox & Hounds Lit Up Sep20From The Piece Hall in Halifax to the Fox & Hounds, Bury St Edmunds (pictured)… it was fantastic to see so many buildings light up green this year in the UK in support of ‘Light Up for Mito’,
part of World Mito Week.

Some of our wonderful ‘missionees’ were determined to be in on the campaign too! Check out Regan and his family in the West Midlands from

Regan’s Mito Mission, the Brooks’ family home where Steph & Jake’s Mission is based and the eye-catching window in Rochdale by Aiman’s Mito Mission.  All glowing gloriously green to raise awareness.

Reagn and family lit up
Mel's house
Steph's house
Sabrina's house

It’s World Mitochondrial Disease Week!

Today marks the start of a week of mito awareness raising around the world. Look out for the fabulous ‘Light Up for Mito’ campaign which will see buildings around the UK – and globally – light up green for mito. We’re asking everyone to get on board in which ever way you can. Join our #KissGoodbyeToMito campaign on social media and win a t-shirt in our fun competition for the best posts! Like, share … or simply make a donation, big or small to show your support. Let’s make World Mito Week the best yet!

It’s World Mitochondrial Disease Week!

World Mito WeekToday marks the start of a week of mito awareness raising around the world. Look out for the fabulous ‘Light Up for Mito’ campaign which will see buildings around the UK – and globally – light up green for mito. We’re asking everyone to get on board in which ever way you can. Join our #KissGoodbyeToMito campaign on social media and win a t-shirt in our fun competition for the best posts! Like, share … or simply make a donation, big or small to show your support. Let’s make World Mito Week the best yet!

Mito on the Radio!

Thanks to our new missionee Laura and her mum Dawn, mitochondrial disease featured on Radio 2 today. Dawn heard a piece about a little boy who lost his eyesight suddenly through Batten’s disease and called in to share Laura’s story too.  Fabulous awareness for mito … and a lovely plug for our charity too.  You can catch Dawn’s chat with Vanessa Feltz here (at 1:21:30):  https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000ln4z  and learn how Laura sadly lost her sight here: Laura’s mission page

Mito on the Radio!

Laura on Radio 2 Aug20Thanks to our new missionee Laura and her mum Dawn, mitochondrial disease featured on Radio 2 today. Dawn heard a piece about a little boy who lost his eyesight suddenly through Batten’s disease and called in to share Laura’s story too.  Fabulous awareness for mito … and a lovely plug for our charity too.  You can catch Dawn’s chat with Vanessa Feltz here (at 1:21:30): and learn how Laura sadly lost her sight here: Laura’s mission page

Powering awareness – Coronation Street!

Popular top soap Coronation Street is to feature a big new story line which will see one of its characters diagnosed with mitochondrial disease.

Mito is to be brought to the attention of Corrie’s 6 million viewers by Leanne Battersby and Steve MacDonald receiving the news that their son Oliver has the life-limiting condition.

What an incredible boost to give mitochondrial disease the recognition it needs and deserves. Thank you, Coronation Street!

Powering awareness – Coronation Street!

Coronation StreetPopular top soap Coronation Street is to feature a big new story line which will see one of its characters diagnosed with mitochondrial disease.

Mito is to be brought to the attention of Corrie’s 6 million viewers by Leanne Battersby and Steve MacDonald receiving the news that their son Oliver has the life-limiting condition.

What an incredible boost to give mitochondrial disease the recognition it needs and deserves. Thank you, Coronation Street!