Help us raise awareness across the globe and show your support with a Mito Monkey!

Monkey Adventures

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Monkey Map

Edward – Summerville, SC

Daniel – Barnsley

Monkey – Gateshead

Monkeys – Murcia

Monkey – Stockton

Monkey – ArcelorMittal Orbit

Monkey – Newcastle

Maxwell and Amaariah – Pulborough

Monkey – Spain

Marion – Isleworth

Laura – Huddersfield

Lena and Simon – Germany

Monkey – Barnsley

Monkey – Brighton

Holiday Monkey – Menorca

Amy and monkey – Devon

The Sinnotts! – Wales

Darcey – Leicester

Lin’s Monkeys! – Stratford-upon-Avon

There are over 2000 Mito Monkeys around the globe! Each little monkey is a cute soft toy to someone, but to us he is so much more. He represents the foundation and for every individual who has their own monkey will undoubtedly know what mitochondrial disease is, and will hopefully spread the word to others about this devastating and incurable disease.

Through our Mito Monkey army we want to continue raising awareness for mitochondrial disease around the world, whilst also raising vital funds for the charity too. If you have one of our monkeys we would love to hear from you! Please do sign up to our Monkey Adventures above and let us know where in the world our cheeky monkey has been!

We’d also love to know if he has been rubbing shoulders with celebrities, visiting famous landmarks or tackling any challenges – we would love to know who he’s seen and where he’s been so please do upload those photos via the form at the top of the page, too.

Don’t have a monkey? Then please do visit our shop to grab yourself your very own monkey and help us raise awareness for mitochondrial diseases around the world. Our Explorer Monkey below would love a few more friends!

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