We’re the same ADOAA, with a brand new website!
Like many of you, we’ve been using this extra time inside to work on our goals and priorities. For the Autosomal Dominant Optic Atrophy Association (ADOAA), this included creating a brand-new website! This website is specially designed to reach more people that are impacted by ADOA and our caring community that supports our mission every day. We’re
ecstatic about how it turned out, and we hope you love it too.
On the new homepage, you’ll find plenty of ways to get involved in the organization, learn more about ADOA, and sign up for the
latest news and updates. In the Menu section, you’ll find our subpages that take you to various options: donate to ADOAA, read more about the organization and our mission, get to know our board members, and learn about the research that’s being conducted to treat and cure ADOA. You’ll also find a link to our Take Action page, where you can learn about all of your options to help ADOAA, whether it’s hosting an event next year, volunteering, or donating.
Did you know one of the easiest ways to support ADOAA is through recurring donations? The new website feature we’re most excited about is the option to make monthly, auto-donations to ADOAA. These contributions are tax-deductible and will help fund the medical research to find a cure for ADOA. Additionally, many companies will match their employees’ charitable donations so you can double your impact! Make sure you ask about your company’s matching program today.
Another easy way to help ADOAA is by using smile.amazon.com. Using Amazon Smile ensures that all the shopping you do on Amazon, whether it’s gifts for friends and family or items for your home, has an even bigger impact on the world. Check out our blog post for step-by-step instructions on how to use Amazon Smile every time you make a purchase. And while you’re there, look through the other great blog posts on the new ADOAA Updates page. The blog post topics range from tips for advocating for yourself or your child, to developments in the advancement of optical mitochondrial disease treatment. And make sure to subscribe to our emails to get the latest news in ADOA.