Our work is entirely funded by private donations – we receive no money from government. Your money will help us continue funding research into vitiligo and supporting people affected by the condition.
All USA Vitiligo Groups are welcome and invited to participate.
Agenda is as follows:
Pat: Role Call - Planning team
Pat: Rules of the road for this meeting
Valarie: Welcome - *Special Welcome. Special Thanks to Cawanda's Daughter for our WVD Art, used on flyer and we are hoping to use for our WVD tee shirt - Pat will say more.
Pat: Permit Updates
Pat: Ideas for fundraising
Pat: Tee Shirt for Rally
Valarie: Unified Effort
- Application available - our information gathering tool -
- Doctors idea for Friday: Dr. John -
Valarie: Hotel Updates
Valarie: Committee responsibilities, Marketing, Welcome Committee, Logistics, Donors / Sponsors
- Solicit donation for bottle water....snack....etc. -
Valarie: A look at the weekend!
Open Forum: Share Ideas - Questions...etc.....
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Organized by: VITFriends Vitiligo Support Group, Inc.
Valarie Molyneaux, President/CEO
Patricia Rossy, Vice President/NY Leader
Barbara Hamilton, Secretary/Treasurer
Patricia Mills - Asst Secretary/NY Co-Leader
Shazaad Games, NY Co-Leader
Millicent Meadows - Hartford, CT Leader
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