Drum & Roll to Cure FSHD supporting FSHD Society
FSHD Society

About Western Pennsylvania Drum & Roll to Cure FSHD

The Western PA Chapter's Drum & Roll to Cure FSHD

... is a life-changing event that unites families, friends, neighbors, and local businesses to forge powerful connections and strengthen our families and our community. 

In this unique and amazing event, FSHD warriors will come together to raise funds toward development of treatments for FSH Muscular Dystrophy! 

Yamoussa Camara is the Director of African Music & Dance Ensemble at the University of Pittsburgh. He has extensive experience both teaching and performing, and on November 6th, he will lead our group of fundraisers and advocates in a celebration of the work we're doing to get closer to treatments and a cure! Dance routines can be adapted to power wheelchairs and other mobility devices. You won't want to miss this event - register today to get involved.

We are working together to make a difference for those living with FSH Muscular Dystrophy!


Starts at:  November 5, 2022 12:00 PM
Ends at:  November 5, 2022 2:00 PM


Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall
300 Beechwood Avenue
Carnegie,PA 15106 USA


Mark Christman

Why Participate?

FSHD affects nearly 1 million men, women and children worldwide, leaving them with the inability to walk, raise their arms, or simply smile. The FSHD Society is the largest network of patients, families, clinicians, researchers and friends - all advocating for FSHD. YOU are the driving force that enables the FSHD Society to support & empower families and to fund groundbreaking research to find treatments and a cure!

How Your Support Makes a Difference

Your support of the FSHD Society will be put to work right away, to push forward the most promising research, help empower patients and families to live stronger, healthier lives, and press the government and major institutions to give FSH muscular dystrophy (FSHD) the funding and attention it deserves. Your support ensures that no patient need ever face this disease alone, and pushes us towards our goal of delivering treatments to our families by the year 2025!

Thank You to our Generous Sponsor!