Sam’s Night is an opportunity to help raise funds to benefit the research programs of Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy and to help people of all ages learn about muscular dystrophy and living with disabilities. Our goal is to help give kids with Duchenne muscular dystrophy a chance to do the things that kids are supposed to do.
Sam’s Day was started in 2005 by friends of Sam Killian, an 18 year old from Rockwall, Texas that was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy when he was 2 years old. Since 2005, Sam’s Day has raised over $1.9M all of which has gone directly to funding a cure for Duchenne. With your support, we are having an impact on this disease, and how it affects the 150,000 boys around the world with Duchenne MD.
Because of the COVID pandemic, Sam's Night will only be an online fundraiser this year. From now until November 12th we are bringing you the opportunity to support this incredible event and our mission from the comfort of home or the palm of your hand!
We will be back next year, better than ever!
Thank you for all your support!
John and Stefanie Killian