Introducing a new way to have fun and raise funds … our new facebook group where, starting January we’re holding a big raffle with great prizes every month, exclusive to group members.
Make a donation and make a difference to mito research. If yours is one of the lucky numbers – win a fantastic prize too!
Please join us today … there’s never any obligation to participate …. but every good reason to be one of our Fabulous FUNdraising Friends and help us raise hopes of a cure for mito!
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!
We have reached a spectacular £100,000 funds raised for our fantastic cause. We can do such a huge amount of good – raising awareness, support and more hope with research with this wonderful sum.
A HUGE thank you to each and every one who has donated or fundraised for our cause. Whether it was a little or a lot it – every single penny counted to reach this amazing total.
A special mention to the team at The Stables, Netherby – Linda, Steve, Teresa & Howard – who’s fabulous efforts took us over the magical mark, and who have raised an amazing £5k+ over the last couple of years.
On behalf of all our missionees and all the mito families out there who will befit – a HUGE and heartfelt thank you to ALL our supporters. If you’d like to see how the money is spent, please find out more here.
Onwards and upwards to £200k!
Soroptimist International of Halifax have adopted Emma’s Mito Mission as their charity for 2020/21.
Despite the challenging constraints of the coronavirus pandemic, the members of the Soroptimists will be raising awareness and supporting Emma’s mission up until next May. ‘We like to support a local charity and Emma’s mission is firmly rooted in Halifax and Calderdale’, says president Jean Lumb, ‘but we know that any funds we can help raise for research will have far-reaching implications and help people across the UK, and internationally too.’
Christine Beal, Emma’s mum and mission lead says, ‘We are delighted to be chosen as a lesser known charity for a little known illness and are very grateful to Halifax Soroptimists for whatever they will be able to do to support us.
Undaunted by the lockdown, the lovely Brooke Inglesfield has set herself the target to raise £500 for us through Emma’s Mito Mission. She’ll be (virtually) walking from Blackpool Tower to the Eiffel Tower in 90 days – a distance of 840 km, or 520 miles. Although she won’t be making the actual journey, Brooke will definitely be doing the miles and making a video diary so everyone can follow her progress.