Let’s Face It: An Event to Help Cure Trigeminal Neuralgia


Poster_FINAL-PRINT (1)THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE ATTENDEES, DONORS AND VOLUNTEERS WHO MADE “LET’S FACE IT” A GREAT SUCCESS!

 

Join Liberty Vineyards on July 18th for “Let’s Face It: An Event to Help Cure Trigeminal Neuralgia”. The event will include wine, great food, a live auction, raffles and more with all funds going to the Facial Pain Research Foundation

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auction items include:

Buffalo Sabres autographed memorabilia; 3 Nights at Atlantis Casino Resort Spa in Reno, Nevada; a one-hour ride with Gary on the grape harvester, a Kindle Fire, a Night at a Victorian Manor, 4 One-Day Park Hopper passes to Walt Disney World, A week at Hilton Grand Vacations at Seaworld Resort in Orlando, FL, sports tickets and lots of wine packages! CLICK HERE FOR LIST OF AUCTION ITEMS

 

great raffle prizes as well: wine baskets, chocolate baskets, gift certificates and lots more!

 

 

THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR DONORS!

 

IF YOU HAVE AN ITEM YOU’D LIKE TO DONATE, PLEASE EMAIL beth@libertywinery.com

 

 

Tickets are $20 and are available at letsfaceitwny.org, on Liberty Vineyard’s Website or in person at the winery, or by phone at 716-672-4520

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Did you know?

  • Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) is an extremely painful condition affecting the Trigeminal nerve; it is often cited as the most painful condition known to mankind.

 

  • In patients with Trigeminal Neuralgia, everyday tasks like toothbrushing, face washing, chewing, talking and more can cause extreme episodes of lightning-bolt-like pain lasting for seconds or minutes.

 

  • Trigeminal Neuralgia is often called “the suicide disease” because of the number of patients who take their own lives, unable to cope with the pain. While there are a number of treatments for the condition with varying success rates, there is currently no cure.

 

  • The Facial Pain Research Foundation (FPRF) is working with scientists from around the world to find a cure for this debilitating disorder by 2020; FPRF’s research will help approximately 400,000 Americans and millions worldwide with TN and other related disorders (including Beth Margolis from the winery).