The Florida Biomedical Society (FBS) continues to be a strong supporter of Tyler’s Hope for a Dystonia Cure. The Tyler’s Hope Foundation, established to advance research for a cure and to discover effective treatments of dystonia, recently received almost $1,500 from an FBS fundraiser.
Bill D. Hascup, FBS symposium director, said the FBS continues supports the nonprofit via its members and the companies that exhibit at the organization’s annual symposium. In 2018, FBS held a fundraiser at Topgolf in conjunction with its annual symposium.
“We’ve done a fundraiser each of our last three years at our symposium. First two years it was held at Dewey’s Sports Bar, this past December it was at Topgolf Orlando. The event cost is funded by FBS and all money collected goes directly to Tyler’s Hope,” Hascup said.
Each year, FBS has raised more than $1,000 for the Tyler’s Hope Foundation.
For more information about Tyler’s Hope or to make a donation, visit TylersHope.org.
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