September 12, 2019
Contact: Leah Nash
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Red Fundraiser to Usher in 2020
Support a Cause and Tour the Exclusive American Muscle Car Museum
Don your favorite red cocktail attire and kick off 2020 at the Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida (HFGF) Red Party, January 18, hosted by the American Muscle Car Museum in Melbourne. The inaugural event will support Florida’s bleeding disorders community. Sponsorships are available.
Besides the collection of more than 250 cars on display in a 123,000 square-foot facility, the museum is distinct because it is not open to the public. Viewing can only be accessed at events like the HFGF Red Party or scheduled private tours.
Tickets for the fundraiser are $100, which includes a reception with light hors d’oeuvres, drinks, a live auction and access to the museum. A limited number of VIP tour tickets are also available for $200. The tour is led by museum owner Mark Pieloch.
Chris Carson, whose one-year-old son was diagnosed with Hemophilia six months ago, is friends with Mark and helped coordinate the event.
“Mark is so gracious to open the museum for the bleeding disorders community so we can raise some money and build awareness for Hemophilia,” says Chris.
Fran Haynes, HFGF executive director, says 89% of the money raised from the HFGF Red Party will support programs for Florida’s bleeding disorders community such as the HFGF medically supervised Camp Spirit, family support weekends, health educational programs and financial emergency assistance. HFGF has been serving the bleeding disorders community since 1996 by supporting healthier and more independent lives.
“Members of the Brevard County bleeding disorders community spearheaded this event to raise funds and build awareness on the east coast of Florida,” says Fran. “We hope everyone will wear red to show their support.”
For tickets and sponsorship information, visit https://www.hemophiliaflorida.org/redparty. For more information about HFGF, Hemophilia and other bleeding disorders, and/or HFGF fundraising efforts, visit hemophiliaflorida.org. Personal chronicles can found at hemophiliaflorida.org/VoicesofHFGF.
Note To Media: If you’d like more information about the Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida, or to schedule an interview with HFGF staff or members of the bleeding disorders community, please contact Leah Nash at firstname.lastname@example.org or 407.629.0000 X103.