Alex and Blue Fighting Mito Together

Alex and Blue Fighting Mito Together

From the Georgia Capital to the Top of Stone Mountain

From the Georgia Capital to the Top of Stone Mountain

We are the Martins and this is our Story

We are the Martins and this is our Story

We have started a fundraiser for Mitochondrial Disease. There are two groups that we will be donating evenly to for all the profits of selling tee shirts and other things through

The two groups we will be donating to are:

  1. United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation (UMDF)
    thumb UMDF LogoTo promote research and education for the diagnosis, treatment, and cure of mitochondrial disorders and to provide support to affected individuals and families.
  2. Mito Action
    thumb MitoAction LogoTo improve the quality of life for children, adults, and families living with mitochondrial disease through support, education, outreach, advocacy, and clinical research initiatives.

Help us give Mito a hard blow by funding these two great groups that help the community fight Mitochondrial Disease. 

Go to our store at There, you will see all the products we have. Each one will have 100% of the profits donated to the two groups listed above.

Our latest product can be seen at  It is a tee shirt with Blue the Service Doodle on the front with a scarf on that shows the Mitochondrial and has the Green Awareness Ribbon for Mitochondrial Disease on it. To the left side is #BlueGoesGreenForMito. This is the hashtag we will be using during the Mitochondial Disease Awareness Week. 

On The Back is written Mitochondrial Disease Awareness and below it is three hastags that we use to educate people about Mito. They are #BlueTheServiceDoodle, #AlexAndBlueFightMito, and #MitochondrialDisease. At the bottom is the Green Mitochondrial Disease Ribbon.

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Facebook has a great new tool where you can create frames for your images and your profile. They call it Frame Studio.  Here is what it looks like when you apply it to an image.

Mito Awareness Week Frame

This is a great way to show your support for Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Week. Here is a quick link that you can have it sent to your phone to use the camera effect. You can also follow these instructions below on your desktop.

To add a frame to your profile picture:

  1. Go to
  2. Select a frame from the menu or search for the frame you want to use 
  3. Click Use as Profile Picture to save

You can search for Mito or Mitochondrial Disease and you should be able to find the frame.