WSTW Hometown Heroes host Mark Rogers interviewed Fat Daddy Has Been to promote the upcoming Logan House show and to raise awareness of Sanfilippo Syndrome! The segment included tracks off of each of FDHB's albums as well as some live in-studio performances. You can hear a podcast of the 11/26/17 show for another two weeks here on the Hometown Heroes Website . We truly appreciate WSTW's support and especially Mark Rogers' help as we fight to Save Mickey!
Thank you to everyone who came out to the Logan House on December 2nd! It was a great time with great people and great energy, and together we raised several thousand dollars for Sanfilippo Syndrome research! We all had so much fun- we're hoping Fat Daddy Has Been won't wait another four years for their next reunion show! Stay tuned!
Ryan Cormier of The News Journal wrote an article about Mickey in early December that explains beautifully how the Delaware restaurant and music communities have come together to help Mickey fight Sanfilippo Syndrome. The full article on this amazing community support is online here. Thank you again to everyone who has generously contributed their time, talent, and donations. Together we can Save Mickey!
In early November, The Newark Post wrote an excellent article about Mickey to spread awareness of SanFilippo Syndrome and help us promote our upcoming fundraisers! You can read the full article here. Thank you to our hometown paper for helping us get the word out and Save Mickey!
Thank you so much to everyone who came out to Tailgates for the country line dancing fundraiser in September! Mickey had so much fun dancing along!
Big thank you to the Dance Bullies for designating their cover charges for the evening to Mickey's fundraiser!
Several dedicated Sanfilippo Research Foundations have joined together to give Abeona Therapeutics a $13.85 million dollar grant to help their research advance swiftly!
For more info, please check out the full press release here.
When Mickey's friends the Kunicki's found out that she was sick, they decided to pitch in! The boys held a lemonade stand in September to raise awareness of Sanfilippo, and it raised almost $200 to help push Sanfilippo research forward! We are very proud of them and touched by what they did. Thank you to the whole Kunicki family!