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Moves for Moebius in DFW
Sunday, September 10th, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM CDT
Location details are private and will be sent along with your ticket purchase.
Please join us for our first annual Moves for Moebius event in the DFW area! We will meet at FitAbility in Burleson, TX to do a gentle exercise class geared towards individuals with all ability levels. Light refreshments will be served following the class for attendees to socialize. Through this event we will raise awareness and funds to support the mission of the Moebius Syndrome Foundation, as well as have a fun time being together. This event is for people of all ages! Invite your friends, family, neighbors, coworkers, etc to attend! We invite you to share this event with your family, friends, and community members who may be interested in joining us, or supporting this event. Registration required to attend. Please register by August 21 to include an event t-shirt with your registration, or register by September 7 to attend. *Please note that we want any individual or family that has a member with Moebius syndrome to be able to attend. If finances prohibit you from being able to purchase a registration ticket, please contact us so that we can assist. For questions or assistance, please contact [email protected] or call (844) 663-2487 ext. 704.
In 1994, the Moebius Syndrome Foundation launched as the first national patient advocacy organization dedicated to the Moebius community. Now with more than 4,600 members, the Moebius Syndrome Foundation continues to support families and individuals living with Moebius syndrome.
This September, we invite you to join us in a new campaign to raise awareness and funds to support the mission of the Moebius Syndrome Foundation! We are hosting a series of movement focused events across the U.S. during the weekend of September 9-10, 2023 and invite you to join us! You can join an event close to you, or create your own. Let's join together in making a positive impact for the Moebius community.