2017 Giving Tuesday

 This #GivingTuesday your gift is DOUBLED!

One day. One opportunity to raise $180,000 for hydrocephalus research. Can you help us reach our goal?

On Tuesday, November 28, your gift will be matched—dollar-for-dollar—to support research to improve the treatment of hydrocephalus in children and adults, and to prevent and cure hydrocephalus! Thanks to generous donors, every dollar given on #GivingTuesday up to $90,000 will be matched. In just one day, we can raise $180,000 to change the future of hydrocephalus!

Double your impact for Nevaeh, the 3-month old daughter of Tenisha Lyles and Nicholas Curtis. Nevaeh has already had two brain surgeries due to congenital hydrocephalus.

On November 28, give Nevaeh’s family and others like them hope for a cure!

Olivia Maccoux is just 21, but she’s endured 140 surgeries. (Yes, you read that right. 140.) Olivia says, “I am hopeful that if we all come together to support hydrocephalus research, we will experience the medical breakthroughs our community deserves.”

Tuesday, your gift will go twice as far to make this happen!

Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) is so often misdiagnosed that just 20% of 700,000 mostly older Americans with NPH receive proper treatment. Bob Neely did—but only because he had watched his father suffer from it years earlier, so he demanded a CT scan. After surgery, he regained his quality of life.

Tuesday, double your impact for better diagnosis, treatment and a cure for NPH, so more seniors can enjoy their golden years.

Please give generously on November 28, to double your impact for hydrocephalus research. Then share your story on social media by using #GiveHOPE.




2 Comments for : 2017 Giving Tuesday
  1. Reply

    Hello ,am Musa Yatich from Kenya.I really need financial support,today 29th Nov 2017 ,I took my 5month old son for a check up after realizing a swelling on part of his head.I was requested to do a ct scan of which the results indicated that my son had hydrocephalus. Am really hurt and discouraged since I am jobless and I don’t know what to do next.

    • Marli
    • November 22, 2017

    Give the opportunity to a person to be free of this horrible disease.
    God bless us and bless my Granddaughter . Happy Given day

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