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wp-1456271913240.jpgAnti-PROM Update – Loving the excitement for all of you coming to Anti-PROM. We have handed out most of our tickets. DON’T MISS OUT!! We only have 3 more tables available. If you OR YOUR GUEST (if you are bringing one) have not registered yet, please do so asap. Don’t wait for closer to the date to try to register as they will be gone by then.
 
**Many of you said you plan on bringing a guest, but your guest has not registered yet. Please do so asap so you do not miss your chance to bring your friend.
Register online at:  www.MiksHiddenHearts.org
(Read Press Release Below)
#Dysautonomia  #ChronicIllness
Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance
MHHA Prom Flyer 2016

Press Release:

Anti-PROM for Houston area Chronically Ill Youth – Registration Now Open! 

When:  Sunday, April 24, 2016

Where:  Maggiano’s Little Italy (in the Ballroom) 2019 Post Oak Blvd.  Houston, Tx  77056

 

Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance (MHHA), a 501c3 nonprofit charity, founded by 19 year old Katy resident Mikaela Aschoff, will be holding their 4th Annual Anti-PROM for Chronically Ill high school aged teens on Sunday, April 24, 2016 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm.   The event, will be held at the Maggiano’s Little Italy in their Ballroom in Houston, Texas.

 

Who is eligible to attend?  Any teen or young adult who has Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses.  Each hidden (chronically-ill) guest is allowed to bring one friend (teen or young adult) as their guest.

 

Special night to include:   Dinner, casino games, music by Johnny Bravo Entertainment and fantastic prizes for each of our hidden (chronically-ill) guests. Attire:  Dress is semi-formal.

 

Complimentary Tickets require online RSVP by April 15.   Tickets are first come, first serve.  Sorry, NO tickets at the door will be available. To reserve your tickets, visit www.mikshiddenhearts.org.

 

Donations are greatly appreciated!  If you would like to contribute financially to the Anti-Prom, donate 100 of your business product for our Welcome Swag Bags or donate game prize baskets for our guests, please contact Mikaela Aschoff at info@Mikshiddenhearts.org.

 

Why is it called Anti-PROM?  MHHA Anti-PROM is the opposite of a “traditional school prom” because it is specially planned and tailored for the health and physical abilities of our guests who are all Prom Kings and Queens in our book!  Our Anti-PROM is uniquely planned which includes no strobe lights and no dancing due to their physical/health limitations, but does include fun deejay music, dinner and sit down casino games in which everyone is included and has lifetime of memory making FUN!

 

 

What is a “Hidden Illness”?  Like Dysautonomia in which MHHA Founder Mik Aschoff has, a hidden illness is one in which the patient looks “normal” on the outside, but their serious illness and debilitating unpredictable symptoms are hidden to the casual observer.  Not all life-changing debilitating illnesses are visible and it is our hope at MHHA to give a voice to those we serve who feel mostly hidden in society, their unseen pain often disregarded and unfortunately sometimes forgotten by their friends due to their frequent hospitalizations and school absences.

 

Thank You!  This event would not be possible without our many generous volunteers and donors who give throughout the year, especially at our annual Boo Bash, which helps make Anti-PROM free to our guests.  They have our most heartfelt appreciation!

 

MHHA is proud partners with Lamb Foundation for Dysautonomia Research and appreciate the dedication of Dr. Numan, Dr. Butler, Rebecca Martinez (Dysautonomia Research Nurse) and the rest of the amazing team at the Dysautonomia Center for Excellence at UT Physicians / Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston, Tx.

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Me and my felllow hidden teens: Michael & Natalia

The second annual Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance Anti-Prom for our hidden teens and young adults was a huge success!  

I am still in a bubble of happiness about it (with a little bit of sadness that it’s over…). My devoted family and friends worked so hard for months to pull everything together for this event and it definitely showed. Without them, the Anti-Prom wouldn’t even be possible. I thank you all so much and I love you all. Ya’ll are my heroes.

This year, we held the event at the lovely Maggiano’s Italian restaurant in the Houston Galleria area. The always amazing Mike Eichenberger was our emcee and our night consisted of dining on a delicious dinner prepared by the restaurant, casino games, TONS of prizes and a photo booth from Jonny Black Productions (which was such a fun addition this year!).

 

Swag Bags!  Sponsored by The Abbott Family, The Allen Family and The Toman Family

Swag Bags! Sponsored by The Abbott Family, The Allen Family and The Toman Family

SWAG BAGS:  Each guest went home with a swag bag made possible by the Abbott Family, Allen Family and Toman Family.  Each one was complete with a new edition MHHA t-shirt, MHHA coffee cup, wrist band, candy, drinks provided by Hoist, and more.

 

1265237_10104429087554910_6297330772429939780_oPRIZE  BASKETS:  We also gave away numerous big prize baskets that were completely awesome (if you ask me) with the top 3 prizes included:  a Texan’s themed basket which contained four tickets to their next game (donated through the Katy Classical Academy donation drive/ Johnson Family), 24 inch Flat Screen TV / Blu-ray dvd from the employees at Enterprise Bank Pin Oak location, and Beats headphones/gift cards basket from Enterprise Bank employees at Pin Oak location..

Perhaps one of the biggest highlights of the night was that three news stations came up and did a report on the prom. It was quite a surprise to me and I was both excited and nervous when I was interviewed, but I was pretty pumped that we were going to have word get out to those watching of what Dysautonomia is and what Anti-Prom\MHHA is all about. Much thanks to ABC 13 News, Fox 26, and Univision for covering the event.  I would also like to thank my fellow hidden teen, Natalia Rijos, for speaking Spanish on our behalf for the Univision interview – you are a wonderful spokesperson!  1973369_10104429049466240_4588128782616635838_o

I also want to thank my Anti-Prom committee which includes my co-chairs Lori Allen, my Aunt Ronda, and my mom. Thank you all so much for the hours of work you put into this event and for running with my crazy, over-the-top ideas and making them possible. Lori created the beautiful Anti-PROM masquerade decor, coordinated many details with Maggiano’s and so much more to list. She is so absolutely talented and she ran with the vision I had for the prom and it came out beautiful (You rock Lori!!).

My Aunt Ronda took off a whole week of work just so she could focus on putting together all of the door prizes, prize baskets, and swag bags (as well as running all over town collecting donations). Much appreciation to her team of volunteers across town for literally dropping everything to help her put together all the gorgeous prize baskets and door prizes!!  My grandmother, aka Nana, also helped tremendously with this and I thank you both for both being some of my biggest advocates and for everything you have done for me, this event, and MHHA.

I also want to thank my mom so incredibly much for everything. For staying up late hours creating designs, coordinating, and spreading the word. For running around on the brink of insanity to make sure everything is pulled together – for always being a great mentor, and for being an amazing mom to me and to my two siblings in the middle of it all.

10003634_10104429050923320_6918126023045552876_oFor all of our donation coordinators who went above and beyond by reaching out to their favorite businesses, coworkers, families and friends to gather so many donations that left our hidden guests in awe of the too many to count prize baskets and door prizes.  (Big big big thank you to Lesha Daniel for always quietly working her magic and sharing our story and her daughter’s dysautonomia story so effectively and heartfelt that our community just embraces us to help do their part.  And to Kimberly Smith for working her magic with her coworkers… what generous supporters!)

The Anti-Prom was a magical night and was all the more special to me with this being my senior year. To see the smiles and joy on my fellow hidden teens and young adult mentors faces, was a privilege and I am so honored to be among so many inspiring people.  It is a memory I will always cherish and I look forward to giving other hidden teens this special night for many more years to come.10259926_10203889823911229_3628666037562009240_n

Big thank you to Brett Perroux Photography and Tiffany Daniel Photography for capturing our event beautifully!  See below for their link for the photos.

To see the news reports about our Anti-PROM, click below:

Fox 26 News: Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance Anti-PROM

ABC 13 News:  Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance Anti-PROM


MHHA Anti-PROM could not be possible without our generous volunteers, donors and sponsors. 

(This list is continuously being updated as we receive the Anti-PROM wrap up details from our volunteers.  Please send your updates to:  info@mikshiddenhearts.org.  We want to make sure all of our generous supporters are recognized!)


1978809_10203877963894736_8939445103350707827_n-Our volunteers who helped set up, deal, supervise, and so much more!  

BIG thank you to our neighbors, The Pinel Family (for everything!!) and our other sweet neighbors (we are so blessed!) Kelly & Rodney who saw a moving van, knew we had Anti-PROM coming up and generously (and blindly!) offered to help move/setup whatever we needed (and boy did we need their help!)

  • Our entire Anti-PROM volunteer team!
  • Maggiano’s Restaurant (and especially event coordinator Allison!)
  • Mike Eichenberger – Emcee
  • ABC 13 News
  • Fox News
  • Univision
  • Katy Classical Academy (for the prize donation drive and selecting MHHA for their Charity of the Month)
  • Pruning Hook’s Ministry for donating dozens of beautiful prom dresses to our hidden teen girls
  • Brett Perroux Photography and Tiffany Daniel Photography – for once again capturing our event beautifully!  Thank you!!
  • Jonny Black Productions for the fun photo booth

 

Thank you Donors!:

  • The Abbott Family
  • The Allen Family
  • The Andrews Family
  • The Bowen Family
  • The Butler Family
  • The Canseco Family
  • The Dudley Family / Lia Sophia Rep Stephanie Dudley
  • The Girgenti Family
  • The Heard Family
  • Patty Hermann
  • The Jinks Family
  • The Johnson Family
  • The Lamb Family / Lamb Foundation for Dysautonomia Research
  • The Leavitt Family
  • The Lee Family
  • The Lyons Family
  • The McWhorter Family
  • The Morello Family
  • The Northcutt Family
  • The Pinel Family
  • The Schwartz Family
  • The Smith Family
  • The Smithers Family
  • The Stilwell Family
  • The Svatek Family
  • The Thorpe Family
  • The Toman Family
  • The Wright Family
  • Blackjack Casino Company (without you, there would be no casino night!)
  • Brookshire Brothers
  • Dr. Catherine Wilder, Smile Design
  • Enterprise Bank Pin Oak Location in Katy
  • Fox Pizza
  • Girl Scout Troop 7109:  Clear Lake / Seabrook
  • Global Kids Project
  • Gringo’s Mexican Restaurant
  • Hoist
  • James Avery Jewelry – Katy location (Cyndi Miller coordinator)
  • Katy ISD Maintenance Dept Coworkers (Kimberly Smith coordinator)
  • Keep Kids Connected
  • Melaney Gibbs-Tarantino
  • Mickie C and Company Realty
  • Midway BBQ
  • Origami Owl – Stephanie Parrish
  • Pilates Powerhouse
  • Sandi Hall – Medical Massage Therapist
  • The Santikos Palladium
  • Tim & Staci Domino – Bath & Body Works gift cards
  • Visible Changes, Inc

MHHA Event Photography:  Guests, volunteers and donors have the rights to use our photos.  If you want to use them for any type of publicity purposes, permission in writing must be granted from us.  Email us at:   info@mikshiddenhearts.org

Tiffany Daniel Photography Anti-PROM Pictures (code to download 4574)

Brett Perroux Photography Anti-PROM Pictures:  Pics below.

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Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance is dedicated to bringing positive encouragement and hope to homebound and hospitalized teens who suffer from Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses through social outreach, Hope Kits, Hospital Teen Program and Dysautonomia Awareness.  #dysautonomia #chronicillness #Hope4DysTeens #TheHidden Dysautonomia Teens

Please help spread awareness!  Like our Facebook and Twitter pages.

 Learn how you can help MHHA here.

We appreciate all of our angelic sponsors.  With every big or small donation, we are able to help more Hidden Teens.  Special thank you to our Gold Heart Sponsors at Lamb Foundation for Dysautonomia ResearchSpero Rehab and J Knesek & Assoc.

ImageI wanted to give my teen friends a sneak peek of just one of the items that will be included in your anti-PROM swag bag.  

Check out the picture to the left for the latest Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance Shirt design.  

 

And I am very excited by all the Anti-PROM prize donations that are coming in.  

Can not wait to share this fun day with all of you.

 

Anti-PROM RSVPs due today!  Register online here.

**Hidden teens:  if you are bringing a guest, they need to be registered too through the above registration link.

Last, but not least, I would like to express my appreciation again to my co-chair, Lori Allen, for really going beyond the call of duty to help make this year’s Anti-PROM at Maggianos a success.  


Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance is dedicated to bringing positive encouragement to homebound and hospitalized teens who suffer from Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses.  #dysautonomia #chronicillness 

Please help spread awareness!  Like our Facebook and Twitter pages.  

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Photography courtesy of Brett Perroux

RSVP due tomorrow for Anti-PROM for chronically-ill teens!  Sorry, no tickets available at the door.

Chronically-ill teens Anti-PROM is almost here!  We need your rsvp (and your guest if applicable) by tomorrow!  We want to accommodate as many teens as possible so share the news and get your rsvp in today.  Click here to register.  Sorry, but registering at the door is not available. 

Giving deserving chronically-ill teens something to smile about and look forward to:  Anti-PROM!!!

FAQ #8 – If I am not sure if I (chronically ill teen) will bring a guest, do I have to rsvp us both at the same time?

Answer:  No – Each guest needs to rsvp separately – regardless if they are a “hidden” teen or guest.  However, upon registering guests must include the name of the hidden teen they will be attending with.  Get your rsvp in as soon as possible so you do not miss out.  Then, if you decide to bring a guest, you can have them (or you) rsvp online at that time.  **All rsvps need to be received by April 1st.  Click here to register.

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Photography courtesy of Brett Perroux

So help us to reach as many deserving teens as possible – spread the news! Get the word out to deserving chronically-ill teens! Just because you maybe homebound or frequently hospitalized – missing alot of school – does not mean you should miss a traditional teen high school experience like Prom!

Who is Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance Anti-Prom for?

Any high school age teen who lives with a life-changing debilitating chronic illness like Dysautonomia and other hidden illnesses. (Not just for Juniors and Seniors!) Also, we love our college age mentors who was a hidden teen to attend as well. Contact us for details.

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Photography Courtesy of Brett Perroux

Why is it called “Anti-PROM”? Because we think humor is the best medicine and kindly tease that our chronically-ill teens like to do everything backwards (in Mik’s case, dysautonomia likes to put Mik’s autonomic nervous system on hiatus), it is called Anti-PROM because it is the opposite of the “typical prom”. No high school drama. Great music, but no dancing (due to physical limitations of some of our hidden teens). Casino night with tons of prizes. We are a group of includers – not excluders. Do not know anyone at MHHA? We have so much fun at Anti-PROM, I promise you will leave with friends!

Where is this being held at? At Maggiano’s in Houston, Texas. Coming from out of town? Message us and we will help direct you to some area hotels.

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HOW CAN I HELP?

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Photography courtesy of Brett Perroux

We need prizes for each of our guest attendees! Yes, we want EACH hidden teen to go home with fun prizes!! Items can include: themed gift baskets, gift certificates, individual gift items, etc. We also need a GRAND PRIZE. We are also working on Swag Bags for each guest. Have something to give? Or you have a business you would like to promote and can give from 1 – 125 items? Please message us at info@mikshiddenhearts.org.

We also need financial donations. Thanks to our Boo Bash sponsors from October, we have all our basic costs for the Anti-PROM covered. However, we want to go much bigger for these deserving teens than just “basic”. Your financial donation will help this dream come become a reality.

Image

Photography Courtesy of Brett Perroux

Volunteer: We will be hosting a casino game night for our Anti-Prom hidden teens. Know how to deal? Or can you help with setup / clean? Want to collect donation prizes for us? Whatever you can do, we would appreciate it!  Please make sure to contact us here with your availability and preferred area to serve.

Get your RSVP in today – Tickets are first come, first serve. Sorry, but registering at the door is not available. 

Feel free to share the flyer below!

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Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance is dedicated to bringing positive encouragement to homebound and hospitalized teens who suffer from Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses.  #dysautonomia #chronicillness #prom #POTS

The dress shopping day for last year's Anti-Prom

The dress shopping day for last year’s Anti-Prom

Need a Prom Dress for this year’s Anti-Prom?  We have dozens upon dozens of gorgeous gowns donated by Pruning Hooks Ministries.  The big “shopping” day will be THIS Sunday from 2:00 – 4:00 in Old Town Katy, Tx.  RSVP here to receive location information.  

Looking forward to seeing you there!

And don’t forget!  RSVPs for the Anti-PROM are due April 1st.  See below for more details…

 

 

Giving deserving chronically-ill teens something to smile about and look forward to:  Anti-PROM!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

FAQ #8 – If I am not sure if I (chronically ill teen) will bring a guest, do I have to rsvp us both at the same time?

Answer:  No – Each guest needs to rsvp separately – regardless if they are a “hidden” teen or guest.  However, upon registering guests must include the name of the hidden teen they will be attending with.  Get your rsvp in as soon as possible so you do not miss out.  Then, if you decide to bring a guest, you can have them (or you) rsvp online at that time.  **All rsvps need to be received by April 1st.  Click here to register.

Image

Photography courtesy of Brett Perroux

So help us to reach as many deserving teens as possible – spread the news! Get the word out to deserving chronically-ill teens! Just because you maybe homebound or frequently hospitalized – missing alot of school – does not mean you should miss a traditional teen high school experience like Prom!

Who is Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance Anti-Prom for?

Any high school age teen who lives with a life-changing debilitating chronic illness like Dysautonomia and other hidden illnesses. (Not just for Juniors and Seniors!) Also, we love our college age mentors who was a hidden teen to attend as well. Contact us for details.

Image

Photography Courtesy of Brett Perroux

Why is it called “Anti-PROM”? Because we think humor is the best medicine and kindly tease that our chronically-ill teens like to do everything backwards (in Mik’s case, dysautonomia likes to put Mik’s autonomic nervous system on hiatus), it is called Anti-PROM because it is the opposite of the “typical prom”. No high school drama. Great music, but no dancing (due to physical limitations of some of our hidden teens). Casino night with tons of prizes. We are a group of includers – not excluders. Do not know anyone at MHHA? We have so much fun at Anti-PROM, I promise you will leave with friends!

Where is this being held at? At Maggiano’s in Houston, Texas. Coming from out of town? Message us and we will help direct you to some area hotels.

—————————

HOW CAN I HELP?

Image

Photography courtesy of Brett Perroux

We need prizes for each of our guest attendees! Yes, we want EACH hidden teen to go home with fun prizes!! Items can include: themed gift baskets, gift certificates, individual gift items, etc. We also need a GRAND PRIZE. We are also working on Swag Bags for each guest. Have something to give? Or you have a business you would like to promote and can give from 1 – 125 items? Please message us at info@mikshiddenhearts.org.

We also need financial donations. Thanks to our Boo Bash sponsors from October, we have all our basic costs for the Anti-PROM covered. However, we want to go much bigger for these deserving teens than just “basic”. Your financial donation will help this dream come become a reality.

Image

Photography Courtesy of Brett Perroux

Volunteer: We will be hosting a casino game night for our Anti-Prom hidden teens. Know how to deal? Or can you help with setup / clean? Want to collect donation prizes for us? Whatever you can do, we would appreciate it!  Please make sure to contact us here with your availability and preferred area to serve.

Get your RSVP in today – Tickets are first come, first serve. Sorry, but registering at the door is not available. A wait list is expected due to the demand.

Feel free to share the flyer below!

Image

Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance is dedicated to bringing positive encouragement to homebound and hospitalized teens who suffer from Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses.

Giving deserving chronically-ill teens something to smile about and look forward to:  Anti-PROM!!!

So help us to reach as many deserving teens as possible – spread the news! Get the word out to deserving chronically-ill teens! Just because you maybe homebound or frequently hospitalized – missing alot of school – does not mean you should miss a traditional teen high school experience like Prom!

Who is Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance Anti-Prom for?

Any high school age teen who lives with a life-changing debilitating chronic illness like Dysautonomia and other hidden illnesses. (Not just for Juniors and Seniors!) Also, we love our college age mentors who was a hidden teen to attend as well. Contact us for details.

Image

Photography Courtesy of Brett Perroux

Why is it called “Anti-PROM”? Because we think humor is the best medicine and kindly tease that our chronically-ill teens like to do everything backwards (in Mik’s case, dysautonomia likes to put Mik’s autonomic nervous system on hiatus), it is called Anti-PROM because it is the opposite of the “typical prom”. No high school drama. Great music, but no dancing (due to physical limitations of some of our hidden teens). Casino night with tons of prizes. We are a group of includers – not excluders. Do not know anyone at MHHA? We have so much fun at Anti-PROM, I promise you will leave with friends!

Where is this being held at? At Maggiano’s in Houston, Texas. Coming from out of town? Message us and we will help direct you to some area hotels.

—————————

HOW CAN I HELP?

Image

Photography courtesy of Brett Perroux

We need prizes for each of our guest attendees! Yes, we want EACH hidden teen to go home with fun prizes!! Items can include: themed gift baskets, gift certificates, individual gift items, etc. We also need a GRAND PRIZE. We are also working on Swag Bags for each guest. Have something to give? Or you have a business you would like to promote and can give from 1 – 125 items? Please message us at info@mikshiddenhearts.org.

We also need financial donations. Thanks to our Boo Bash sponsors from October, we have all our basic costs for the Anti-PROM covered. However, we want to go much bigger for these deserving teens than just “basic”. Your financial donation will help this dream come become a reality.

Image

Photography Courtesy of Brett Perroux

Volunteer: We will be hosting a casino game night for our Anti-Prom hidden teens. Know how to deal? Or can you help with setup / clean? Want to collect donation prizes for us? Whatever you can do, we would appreciate it!  Please make sure to contact us here with your availability and preferred area to serve.

Get your RSVP in today – Tickets are first come, first serve. Sorry, but registering at the door is not available. A wait list is expected due to the demand.

Feel free to share the flyer below!

Image

Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance is dedicated to bringing positive encouragement to homebound and hospitalized teens who suffer from Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses.

Image

Photography courtesy of Brett Perroux

Giving deserving chronically-ill teens something to smile about and look forward to:  Anti-PROM!!!

FAQ #8 – If I am not sure if I (chronically ill teen) will bring a guest, do I have to rsvp us both at the same time?

Answer:  No – Each guest needs to rsvp separately – regardless if they are a “hidden” teen or guest.  However, upon registering guests must include the name of the hidden teen they will be attending with.  Get your rsvp in as soon as possible so you do not miss out.  Then, if you decide to bring a guest, you can have them (or you) rsvp online at that time.  **All rsvps need to be received by April 1st.  Click here to register.

Image

Photography courtesy of Brett Perroux

So help us to reach as many deserving teens as possible – spread the news! Get the word out to deserving chronically-ill teens! Just because you maybe homebound or frequently hospitalized – missing alot of school – does not mean you should miss a traditional teen high school experience like Prom!

Who is Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance Anti-Prom for?

Any high school age teen who lives with a life-changing debilitating chronic illness like Dysautonomia and other hidden illnesses. (Not just for Juniors and Seniors!) Also, we love our college age mentors who was a hidden teen to attend as well. Contact us for details.

Image

Photography Courtesy of Brett Perroux

Why is it called “Anti-PROM”? Because we think humor is the best medicine and kindly tease that our chronically-ill teens like to do everything backwards (in Mik’s case, dysautonomia likes to put Mik’s autonomic nervous system on hiatus), it is called Anti-PROM because it is the opposite of the “typical prom”. No high school drama. Great music, but no dancing (due to physical limitations of some of our hidden teens). Casino night with tons of prizes. We are a group of includers – not excluders. Do not know anyone at MHHA? We have so much fun at Anti-PROM, I promise you will leave with friends!

Where is this being held at? At Maggiano’s in Houston, Texas. Coming from out of town? Message us and we will help direct you to some area hotels.

—————————

HOW CAN I HELP?

Image

Photography courtesy of Brett Perroux

We need prizes for each of our guest attendees! Yes, we want EACH hidden teen to go home with fun prizes!! Items can include: themed gift baskets, gift certificates, individual gift items, etc. We also need a GRAND PRIZE. We are also working on Swag Bags for each guest. Have something to give? Or you have a business you would like to promote and can give from 1 – 125 items? Please message us at info@mikshiddenhearts.org.

We also need financial donations. Thanks to our Boo Bash sponsors from October, we have all our basic costs for the Anti-PROM covered. However, we want to go much bigger for these deserving teens than just “basic”. Your financial donation will help this dream come become a reality.

Image

Photography Courtesy of Brett Perroux

Volunteer: We will be hosting a casino game night for our Anti-Prom hidden teens. Know how to deal? Or can you help with setup / clean? Want to collect donation prizes for us? Whatever you can do, we would appreciate it!  Please make sure to contact us here with your availability and preferred area to serve.

Get your RSVP in today – Tickets are first come, first serve. Sorry, but registering at the door is not available. A wait list is expected due to the demand.

Feel free to share the flyer below!

Image

Mik’s Hidden Hearts Alliance is dedicated to bringing positive encouragement to homebound and hospitalized teens who suffer from Dysautonomia and other life-changing chronic illnesses.