Giving Tuesday Graphics

By Ines Schlegel / November 2, 2021

Graphics and photos are important on social media. They make your social media posts more attractive and interesting, and increase the chances that your followers will like and share your post.

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HAM2021

By Ines Schlegel / August 16, 2021

Click on the graphic and save it to use them in your social posts to help us raise awareness! Facebook Banners

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Non-Discrimination Policy

By Natalia Martinez Duncan / June 21, 2021

It is the policy of the Hydrocephalus Association that all grants and services provided by the Association are made available without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry,…

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Ralph Kistler Research Internship

By Natalia Martinez Duncan / February 25, 2021

Duration: June – August 2021 Location: Remote or Local (Bethesda, MD) Work hours: M-F, 9:00 – 5:00 pm ET Stipend: $2,500 Application deadline: March 26, 2021 Ralph Kistler Research Internship…

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Financial Disclosures

By Natalia Martinez Duncan / January 25, 2021

The Hydrocephalus Association discloses the financial support it receives from all sponsors. The following disclosure information includes the total amount of support received from each corporate sponsor in 2020. The…

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Annual Reports and Financials

By Natalia Martinez Duncan / December 4, 2020

The Hydrocephalus Association is a donor-funded, 501(c)(3) nonprofit that is fully accredited by the Better Business Bureau’s (BBB) Wise Giving Alliance Program for meeting all 20 BBB Charity Standards. We…

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Charity Ratings

By Natalia Martinez Duncan / December 4, 2020

79% of our total expenses in 2020 were used to support our mission of finding a cure and improving the lives of people impacted by hydrocephalus, by funding groundbreaking research,…

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20 Powerful Facts About Hydrocephalus

By Ines Schlegel / June 5, 2020

Use our facts and stats to educate your friends, family, and social followers about hydrocephalus. Together, we can build public awareness about this condition!   1. Hydrocephalus is a life-threatening…

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Annual Membership Campaign

By Ines Schlegel / November 15, 2017

Roadmap to a Cure is our commitment to invest $20 million by 2020 to accelerate hydrocephalus research, expand patient support services and raise public awareness about hydrocephalus.

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Stand and Deliver

By Amanda Garzon / June 18, 2013

Afraid or embarrassed to let others know you have hydrocephalus? Madeleine Darowiche shares her experience of telling her high school classmates about living with hydrocephalus.

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The Magic of My Wife

By Amanda Garzon / December 14, 2012

The Magic of My Wife, Heather by Garry, diagnosed at 3 months old I’m a 39 yr. old man that has had a very good life, can’t complain about much!…

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The Magic of my Mom, Denise M.

By Amanda Garzon / December 13, 2012

The Magic of my Mom, Denise by Brandi, diagnosed at age 17 The Magic of my mom, Denise. She’s been there through it all and has always made sure that I had…

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A Mother’s Love

By Amanda Garzon / December 13, 2012

A Mother’s Love, Andrea By Alexandrea, diagnosed at 6 weeks (who is non-verbal) written by Jenifer How do you say thank you to your mother for everything that she has…

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A Mom and Aunt

By Amanda Garzon / December 13, 2012

The Magic of a Mom and an Aunt Stacey, diagnosed at 25 years old It is amazing what people are capable of and it is in times of hardships and…

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The Magic of my Mom, Denise Bechard

By Amanda Garzon / December 11, 2012

The Magic of my Mom, Denise by Jennifer, diagnosed age 10 How do you begin to thank someone who has given so much and asked for so little in return?…

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