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Here we have stored archives of our newsletters, press releases, photos, and select clippings.

April 15, 2017 - Financial Update February 15, 2016 - Financial Update October 1, 2015 - Funding Research September 18, 2015 - Financial Update July 9, 2015 - Ki Me inducted into Van Andel Research Institute's Leadership & Legacy Society April 15, 2015 - Financial Update As a part of our Communications Plan, the Ki Me Fund plans to post on our website two newsletters each year that will promote transparency and accountability; maintain a relationship with Donors; and provide information on how interested parties can participate. October 1, 2011 April 15, 2012 December 2012 December 2013 May 18, 2015 - Ki Me Fund Raising Thousands to Benefit Parkinson's Research March 16, 2015 - The Ki Me Fund to Host 5th Annual Shakin' Not Stirred Benefit to Support Parkinson's Research February 9, 2015 - The Ki Me Fund announced it has donated $25,000 to Grand Rapids’ Van Andel Research Institute Center for Neurodegenerative Science March 27, 2013 - Ki Me Fund Announces New Board Member Appointment May 3, 2012 - Ki Me Fund Donates to University of Tennessee, Cole Neuroscience Center March 16, 2012 - Ki Me Fund Announces New Appointment to Board September 8, 2011 - Houston: We Have a Mission fundraiser June 12, 2011 - Shakin' Not Stirred Benefit to Raise Money for Parkinson's Research February 21, 2011 - New Fund Raises Money to Find Cure for Neurological Disorders View the Ki Me brochure.

The published an article covering the Shakin' Not Stirred benefit among other local events. Kathy Harlan, Houston area resident and published author, wrote "Bringing a New Focus on Finding a Cure for Parkinson's." Click here to read the article.

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Hudson High students and Alumni Design mural with Mark Foster from “Foster The People” Tim Naujoks, (Hudson High Photo teacher, former Nordonia High Photography teacher) & Mark Foster, from “Foster the People” organized a collective mural at Hudson High School along with 20 students and 8 alumni.

The mural was based around an improvised quote from Mark, who came to visit while on his off time: “Artists are given the keys to the heavens, and with their chariots, they bring celestial treasures back to Earth.