U of M Fragile X Clinic Fundraiser at Noodles

U of M Fragile X Clinic Fundraiser at Noodles

Looking to enjoy a meal with family and friends while raising money for the new University of Michigan Fragile X Clinic?   Come to the Arborland Noodles Restaurant in Ann Arbor on Sunday, January 20th from 4 – 8 pm, and 25% of your bill will be donated to the clinic.    You can either dine in or place a carry out order.     However, be sure to mention the U of M Fragile X Clinic when placing your order, so that the money gets allocated to them.  Here are more specifics:

Noodles offers a variety of pasta dishes from Italian spaghetti and meatballs to Pad Thai and Bangkok Curry.   Of course, most kids’ favorite  meal is the homemade Wisconsin Mac and Cheese.

In additional to hot meals, the following sandwiches are served:

Location: There are two Noodles restaurants in Ann Arbor, so be sure to visit the Arborland Plaza location.  The address is:

T: (734) 477-5700

Family-friendly, in both atmosphere and great prices, you won’t break the bank by eating at Noodles.  The restaurant is a casual place where you order when you arrive and a server brings your food to you.  There are NO TIPS ALLOWED, which is a nice savings.

Fragile X is: The most common cause of inherited intellectual disability and the most common known genetic cause of autism or autism spectrum disorders.  It can cause learning and behavioral challenges ranging from mild to severe.

How the money will be used: There are a variety of new and promising drugs to reverse symptoms of Fragile X.  The money raised at this event will go toward hiring a clinical coordinator to oversee drug trials.

University of Michigan Fragile X Clinic goal:  To provide informed clinical care of Fragile X spectrum disorders including Fragile X syndrome, Fragile X Tremor-Ataxia syndrome, and Fragile X Associated Premature Ovarian Failure, and to promote research, education, and training.

Please spread the word: If you have family, friends or colleagues in or around the Ann Arbor area, please share a link to this post with them.     What a great way to gather, while helping an important cause.