Oops! Not perfect timing…

Posted: February 28, 2017 in Uncategorized

Hi friends!

We are already at 50% capacity for Anti-PROM registration and we have only had it open for 2 days!  This is going to be bigger and better than ever!

The not so good news is I just found out our website host company is down, making our website completely inaccessible.  Not good timing!  We will notify y’all through our Facebook page when it is back up and running…making the Anti-PROM registration ready to go again.

Until then, please let us know if you have any questions, ideas for awesome prizes for our chronically ill youth and/or donations (prizes) for Anti-PROM.



13217250_10107580857622430_5653130320284486507_oWe are so excited for our upcoming 5th annual Anti-PROM at the beautiful Magnolia Hotel in downtown Houston!

Anti-PROM is a specially planned prom for chronically-ill youth with Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses.

Tickets are free, but rsvp is required and tickets limited.  Register today at our website www.MiksHiddenHearts.org!

Please see flyer below for more details.

FREE PROM Dresses for our registered Anti-PROM ladies.  Stay tuned for details!

Prize donations needed:  We make sure everyone of our chronically-ill guests have a prize valued at $50 or more to win at Anti-PROM and we could not make this possible without your help.


  •            Can be a themed basket (requesting a minimum of $50 in value and up)
  •            Individual prize items (gift cards, electronics, teen friendly gifts, etc)
  •            Grand prize (have something big you can donate?  Please message us!)

Swag Bags

Our goal is to have each guest receive an amazing Swag Bag filled with MHHA gear and prizes.  Have a business and would like to donate items toward it?  Can be individual items, gift certificate or up to 125 items for each of our guests.  Special recognition for our business contributors will be given on our website, blog, Facebook page and at the event.

Please message us through our contact page with your donation.

Thank you so much to our donors and sponsors who help make Anti-PROM 2017 possible!

Questions?  Email us at info@mikshiddenhearts.org.


Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance serving teens and young adults with Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses.  501c3


#CharityProm #Dysautonomia #ChronicIllness #Teens #Spoonie #POTS

The Importance of Oct 22

Posted: October 22, 2016 in Uncategorized

Mik Oct 23, 2010 – Right before her first Dysautonomia collapse

From the Momma Bear:  Today marks the 6 year anniversary when my daughter, Mik, had her last carefree healthy teenager day. Tomorrow, 6 years ago, she woke up and was excited to attend her first homecoming dance. But something unexpected was triggered and she collapsed on the dance floor. Her entire life changed at that minute ultimately having to be homebound for the rest of her years of high school. And let me tell you my friends, it has not been easy for her or for me as her mom to watch her hurting so much all these years.

So what can you do to honor your Oct 22? Take a deep breath and thank God, despite any battles you are facing, that your autonomic nervous system (that awesome system that works quietly in the background and rarely gets praise) is working. That you can stand without passing out. That you can walk for 10 minutes without needing a wheelchair. That you can take a shower without feeling like you ran a marathon. That every nerve in your body is flared and you hurt like you have the flu. That your food can digest without requiring a trip to the ER because your GI almost completely stops and causing extreme pain. That all your hopes and dreams of your teens’, that you thought was completely in their grasp if they just worked hard enough in school, was completely taken away and you both had to start over from the beginning.
So to honor Oct 23 and turn it into a positive, the state of Texas declared Oct 23 as Dysautonomia Awareness Day in honor of Mik and her work through MHHA. Tomorrow will be the 5th annual.


Most of Mik’s high school years was spent here…

Much love to you all and keep spreading awareness. Because of all your help through our charity, you spread HOPE to our families in need so much more than you realize.
Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance serving teens and young adults with #Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses.

ALERT – Boo Bash!!

Posted: October 10, 2016 in Uncategorized

ALERT! Boo Bash Alert! – ALMOST SOLD OUT!! Ticket Sales are coming in fast! We only have 16 tickets left before we sell out. Order yours today! If you are not sure if you are already registered, please message us at info@MiksHiddenHearts.org

To order your tickets, go to: www.MiksHiddenHearts.org

Can’t attend, but would like to help  with our 2017 Donation Campaign?  Please consider making a donation here: DONATE HERE. 

boo-bash-flyer-2016We would like to express our appreciation to our current 2016 Boo Bash Sponsors and their dedication to help teens and young adults with Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses.

Come join our sponsors and us at the BOO BASH!  Get your tickets before they sale out.  Click here for more information.  


JKnesek & Associates

Pro Script America Pharmacy

Verusco, LLC



Pink Posh Ninja w/ Perfectly Posh

West Point Lincoln

Andy Meyers – Fort Bend County Commissioner Pct 3


Lamb Foundation

Messock Law Firm

Solid Surfaces

Lee Family

Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance serving teens and young adults with #Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses through Hope Kit care package program across the United States and socials in the Houston area.


Dysautonomia Awareness Month

Posted: October 1, 2016 in Uncategorized

“Dysautonomia changed my life….  I fight for awareness so it doesn’t change yours.”
Share to help us to bring about more Dysautonomia Awareness!

Oct 1 begins Dysautonomia Awareness Month.  Oct 23rd is the 5th annual Texas Dysautonomia Awareness Day in honor of MHHA founder, Mik. 


Serving teens and young adults with dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses. 

boo-bash-flyer-2016FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Lisa Marlowe
Boo Bash 2016 Chair
Tickets on Sale Now for 5th Annual Charity Boo Bash
                                Date:  Saturday, October 29, 2016
                                Time:  6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
                                Place:  Constellation Field – Insperity Club, 1 Stadium Drive, Sugarland
HOUSTON, TX (August 22, 2016) –  Don’t miss the best time you’ll have in a costume.  The 5th Annual Charity Boo Bash promises to be a Halloween soiree like no other.  Tickets for the Boo Bash are on sale now at www.MiksHiddenHearts.org.  Admission is $55 and includes dinner, a welcome bag of goodies, and a spooky good time.  Sponsorships for the event are also available.
The party will feature a delicious gourmet dinner with dessert, drinks, casino games, prizes, a photo booth, costume contests and DJ Johnny Bravo.  Boo Bash 2016 will be held at Constellation Field, home of the Sugar Land Skeeters, in the Insperity Club, a unique party space behind home plate on the deluxe skybox level.  All proceeds benefit Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance (MHHA), a charity for teens and young adults with Dysautonomia and other debilitating illnesses. 12175973_10106804673107420_770890860_o
The Boo Bash provides ample opportunities for party-goers to win prizes, both big and small.  There will be silent and live auctions with a variety of items including a Destin Florida Condo get-away and round-trip airfare for two to any location in the continental US.  Raffle tickets will be available with prizes of date-nights for a year, a year of gourmet coffee or a family movie-night out.  Costume contests offer cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners.  There will be plenty of other chances to win including a prize pull and a 50/50 cash drawing. 
20131125-132453.jpgWith the Boo Bash growing in popularity every year, it is becoming the social event of the season.  In previous years, the event has been held at various locations in Katy.  Keri Aschoff, President of MHHA, said, “Boo Bash has sold out for the last three years straight, we moved to a bigger location to accommodate more guests.”  The Insperity Club features large windows overlooking the field and a fun, inviting banquet space for up to 300 people.  “Having our special 5th Annual Boo Bash there will not only allow us to have more guests,” Aschoff said, “it also lets us go bigger and better with decorations and entertainment.  Boo Bash is a can’t-miss event for all adults in our community who want to have a great time and help out a very good cause!” 
The venue at Constellation Field also provides a separate lounge/party space to accommodate the special needs of the chronically ill teens that MHHA serves.  Aschoff said, “it’s a way for them to socialize with others who understand their world.”
Boo Bash Sponsorship Benefits

Boo Bash Sponsorship Benefits

MHHA is a non-profit organization dedicated to outreach to homebound and hospitalized teens with dysautonomia and other hidden, life changing illnesses. MHHA was founded in 2011 by Mikaela Aschoff, after she fell ill with dysautonomia in her freshman year of high school. The organization provides gifts, hope kits, and monthly socials for these chronically ill young people as well as the annual Anti-PROM, a formal dinner and casino-night party for teens affected by hidden illnesses. MHHA also works to spread awareness of Dysautonomia.

Dysautonomia is considered a “hidden illness” because the sufferers often look healthy to the casual observer. It is, however, a complex condition caused by a dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system and can affect the cardiovascular, endocrine, metabolic and gastrointestinal systems. Dysautonomia can cause very painful and debilitating symptoms. For more information, visitwww.mikshiddenhearts.org.
If you are interested in donating an auction item or would like information about becoming an event sponsor, please contact Lisa Marlowe at lisamarlowe37@hotmail.com or call 713-261-8727.
Serving #teens and young adults with #Dysautonomia and other life-changing #ChronicIllnesses