Upcoming Events

Nashville, TN 2017

The Nashville community continues to come together for pediatric neuromuscular diseases. “Music and Masterpieces” raised more money than ever before and supporters enjoyed a new venue at Caviar & Bananas and Kimpton Aertson Hotel.

Nashville, TN October 2017

We are excited to announce a new fundraiser, Bar-B-Cure, benefitting the Thisbe and Noah Scott Foundation, Inc. Our inaugural barbecue competition will be held Saturday, October 28th at the home of Christy and Brian Waller. If you are interested in forming a team or learning more about this event, please contact Martha Galyon at mwgalyon@me.com.

Nashville, TN 2016

It was a record breaking year for “Music and Masterpieces” bringing in more money, more supporters and more art than ever before! Grammy Award winning songwriter, Chris Tompkins, opened up the evening followed by Boy Named Banjo.

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Oxford, MS 2016

The “A Mighty Voice” event this year was postponed and we appreciate the Oxford community for continuing to show their support of our mission on a new date.

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March 2016

After four years of funding research with Kevin Eggan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology at Harvard University, we are proud to announce that our groundbreaking discoveries have been documented in a recently published article in Human Molecular Genetics. We are also well into research that promises a second article to come. We look forward to our continued work with this amazing Harvard team.

Click here to see the full article.

November 2014

Beverly Hills, CA: The Child Neurology Foundation presents the Heroes of Promise Award to Laurian and John Scott.

To celebrate the Heroes that care for children afflicted with neurologic disease, the CNF hosted A Heroes Dinner on Saturday, November 8, 2014 at The Four Seasons – Beverly Hills. This evening reception announced the establishment of the John & Laurian Scott – Heroes of Promise Award. It is an award that begs us to not only honor the promise they made to their late children, but to also make one to ourselves. A promise to show up when the unthinkable happens. A promise to be the Hero that lingers within. A promise to say never again. After all, our children deserve to see Heroes every day. – from the Child Neurology Foundation’s A Heroes Dinner pre-sale mailing.

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Laurian and John Scott, Aslan Williams accepting award
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Guitar virtuoso, Billy McLaughlin
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Laurian and John Scott with Amy Miller, Executive Director (acting), CNF
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Laurian and John Scott with Dr. Don Shields, President, CNF
Thisbe5Lindsay Ballew, Executive Director TNSF, Laurian Scott, Dabney Day, Wendie Malick, Actress and Emcee of event and Christina Erteszek
Thisbe6Laurian and John Scott with Peter Mensah, Actor