Double your donations…with Matching Gifts! by Randi Corey, Hydrocephalus Association Director of Special Events Thanks to many of you the Hydrocephalus Association had a significant increase in matching gifts for the 2010 WALKs – a great trend that we would like to sustain! Matching gifts…you may have heard the term before but may not be entirely […]
Below are a small sample of pictures from our 2010 WALK season. Once again, people from all across the country came together to create awareness of hydrocephalus and raise funds for research while having a great time. Hence the smiles.
COMPANIES AND CORPORATIONS – INCLUDE HA WALK SPONSORSHIP IN YOUR 2011 BUDGET! by Randi Corey, Hydrocephalus Association Director of Special Events Many companies and corporations are finalizing their budgets for 2011, including their marketing and charitable giving line items. Now is the time to include a Hydrocephalus Association WALK Sponsorship for 2011. With a wide […]
By David Moore, Hydrocephalus Association Director of Development Puff the Magic Dragon would have been proud. On Sunday, October 24, legendary folk singer, and author of the aforementioned song, Peter Yarrow (of Peter, Paul and Mary) performed an intimate concert to benefit the Hydrocephalus Association’s Research Initiative. The concert was held at the stately and […]
Take a stroll down memory lane while helping the future of hydrocephalus research by attending Peter Yarrow’s Concert for Hydrocephalus. This family-friendly event will take place on Sunday, October 24, 2010 at 2:30 p.m. The concert will be held at the Residence of the Australian Ambassador in Washington, D.C. Peter Yarrow, of the legendary folk […]
By Sarah Oxford, Regional Program Manager Nine year old Alex Rodger is one of the youngest entrepreneurs I know. His mom, Eileen, organizes the South Florida Walk which will take place on Saturday, November 6th. Last year Alex decided he personally wanted to raise funds for “Team Alex”. So he opened a lemonade stand and […]
Letter writing campaigns for Walk Family Teams! by Randi Corey, Hydrocephalus Association Director of Special Events Family Teams currently comprise the majority of the Hydrocephalus Association (HA) Walks. A ‘Family Team’, is usually a team with a direct connection to hydrocephalus and HA’s mission which is to eliminate the challenges of hydrocephalus. The team forms around a […]