Please join us for dinner, drinks, & silent auction as
PKU takes over the Zoo
Raise funds and awareness for PKU & enjoy unlimited access to the Carousel, Jungle Gym, Zip Line, Cotton Candy and Photo Booth fun!
The Tennessee PKU Foundation’s Board of Directors is excited to announce the Founder’s Scholarship Program. This year, we will award scholarships in the amount of $1,000 to deserving individuals with PKU to help further their educational pursuits.
The application deadline for the 2018 Fall Semester is May 1, 2018.
The annual Inborn Error of Metabolism (IEM) meeting was a great success.
Thank you to everyone that attended!
Click the links below to view the presentations that were given.
Essentials cooking workshop with Malathy Ramanujam, from Taste Connections.
Date/Time: October 28, 2017 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Location: PV Design, 719 Cherry St, Ste 201, Chattanooga TN.
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For a limited time, our original www.tennesseepku.org website will still be available. We will be moving our content over to our new system and eventually shutting down the old site. Some of the old site’s content could be unstable during this time and may not work as it should. Don’t worry; we’ll get everything back up and running in no time.
For those of you that want to take a peek at the good ole days…here ya go.
Every year we head off to the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere for some good ole family fun. Have have face painting, T-shirts, all sorts of information on PKU, animals of course, and lots of laughs. We get together to share our experiences, raise money for research, and to educate others on PKU.
Our thanks go out to these outstanding musical artists for their support for PKU! With their support, we can educate a greater audience on PKU and other metabolic disorders. Continue Reading →