There are three separate grants:Super T’s Mast Cell Foundation Grant (two grants)Taylor Nearon Grant (one grant)Arielle Davis Grant (one grant)Applicants may apply for one or more grants.Please see grant applications for details and criteria.Applications are being accepted from May 1, 2022 through September 30, 2022:By mail at 211 Hearthstone Road, King of Prussia, PA 19406By
NOVEMBER 30 - DECEMBER 12, 2021 VIRTUAL ABOUT THE EVENT GIVING TUESDAY 2021 Giving Tuesday is here! Support Super T’s Mast Cell Foundation with our Giving Tuesday Campaign! The Giving Tuesday Campaign will kick off on Tuesday, November 30th and
NOW UNTIL JANUARY 2022 ONLINE AUCTION ABOUT THE EVENT JOIN US FOR AN ONLINE AUCTION FOR FLYERS TICKETS! Tickets for 7 games against various teams are available! Games range from November 2 - January 6. All tickets are in Section 106. Games up for
SEPTEMBER 24 - OCTOBER 2, 2021 VARIOUS (SEE BELOW) NORRISTOWN FARM PARK & VIRTUAL ABOUT THE EVENT SUPERHERO SHOWDOWN RACE In-person participants are guaranteed a race shirt and finisher medal. The first 100 registered virtual participants are guaranteed a race
JULY 1 - AUGUST 6, 2021 12AM (7/1) - 7:30PM EST (8/6) YOUR HOME ABOUT THE EVENT SUPER T'S "WHEEL OF GRILLING" Who would like to win a "Wheel of Grilling" prize package? You will win: Pampered Chef indoor/outdoor grill 12-piece
It’s Grant Application Time! There are three separate grants: Super T’s Mast Cell Foundation Grant (Two grants @ $1,000 each) Taylor Nearon Grant (One grant @$1,000) Arielle Davis Grant (One grant @$1,000) Applicants may apply for one or more grants Please see grant applications for details and criteria Our vision at STMCF is to
Rare Disease Day Video Campaign February 28, 2021 After watching the below video for instructions, submit your quick 30-second video to firstname.lastname@example.org. All submitted videos will be compiled and used for our Rare Disease Day 2021 video on February 28, 2021. To enter, please download
The more we share our story, the more we grow, the more we help. Rare diseases can be hard to gain support for or even knowledge, but there are some really good platforms out there, helping to change that. We worked with Patient Worthy this month to help spread the word about Super T.