Deadline to register and be guaranteed a t-shirt is MONDAY, SEPT 14 at NOON!
We are raising awareness for Baptist Centers for Good Grief, Milla’s House.
With the current COVID pandemic, we are not able to have a large group bike ride and party this year. As disappointing as that is, we can still have an event and have fun! For our 2020 COVID Miles 4 Milla's House, we want you to put "miles" on your vehicle (car, bike, big wheel, what have you) to come see Milla's House at 326 Ellsworth and pick up your t-shirt!
Sept 19th, 2020 from 10:00am - 12:00pm
Drive-by T-shirt Pick Up @ Milla's House
$25 per individual
Please register to guarantee a t-shirt and select whether you would like to pick up your t-shirt at Milla's House on September 19th or have it mailed to you.
**Same-day registration welcome**
326 Ellsworth St.
Memphis, TN 38111
When driving through to pick up your t-shirt, enter on Ellsworth and exit onto Central heading east.
If you would prefer not to drive through, you can choose to have your t-shirt mailed to you for an additional $5.
About Milla's House
The Baptist Center for Good Grief, Milla’s House, is named in memory of Milla Gieselmann, the daughter of Memphis couple Frazer and Dana Gieselmann. In November 2016 at six years old, Milla died from Batten disease, an inherited neurodegenerative disorder for which there is no cure.
The Gieselmanns’ youngest daughter, Elle, also tested positive for Batten disease and passed away in 2019 at the age of seven, while their oldest daughter Ann Carlyle tested negative and is healthy. The Gieselmanns have relied heavily on the Grief Center, and Milla’s father, Frazer Gieselmann, says the Center continues to be essential to their family's journey through a grief that is complicated and messy. He emphasized that the Center had not only been essential to his family, but to his extended family and close friends, as well.
For more information about the grief programs available at Baptist, please visit https://baptistgriefcenters.org/.