Band Together - A Virtual Concert
December 20, 2020 6:00 - 8:00 pm
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20 @ 6PM CT
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Why BAND TOGETHER?
Charles "Chuck" Konsitzke is the associate director of UW-Madison's Biotechnology Center. He is also the father of Mason, who was born with the neurological disorder, Neurofibromatosis (or NF).
To quote Chuck, "The disease picked the wrong person. I'm going to fight this tooth and nail."
That's exactly what he's doing. The ground breaking work at UW-Madison's Biotechnology Center has already started producing results, allowing scientists to study NF tumors like never before.
But this research needs continuous funding to ensure this progress continues. 100% of the proceeds from BAND TOGETHER will go to the Biotechnology Center and the invaluable research aiming to one day create genetic treatments for NF.
The Birth of BAND TOGETHER
Every year ROCK OUT TO KNOCK OUT and LINKS FOR LAUREN bring together patrons and friends to support individuals living with the neurological disorder, Neurofibromatosis. This year, to keep everyone safe, especially the NF families, we had to rethink these events.
Even though we couldn't bring our patrons and friends together to celebrate these two events, there was no way we were going to stop fighting for the NF families NF North Central was created to protect. So, BAND TOGETHER, the combination of Rock Out To Knock Out and Links for Lauren was born.
OUR PRESENTING SPONSOR
Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor, TDS. Because of their generosity, we are one step closer to the next important breakthrough in NF research at UW-Madison's Biotechnology Center.