A co-worker of mine has a small boy who has Hydrocephalus, the good news is that his boy is doing great and has had very few complications. The bad news is that not all kids are this lucky many kids have far more complications and the research for this is pretty slim. So he sent out a fundraising link and I did what I could but I felt I could be more use by sharing the link with all of you.
Take some time read a little about Hydrocephalus and then make your own decision but your generosity would be greatly appreciated.
There’s a million reasons to walk…
As you know, our son Christopher was diagnosed with Hydrocephalus at 5 weeks old. 2 brain surgeries later and we have a happy, healthy young boy. Although we have been very blessed, we are constantly faced with the possibility that today could be the day for another revision or a replacement shunt, and yet another surgery. Please join us in our fight against hydrocephalus – by joining our team to walk with us or by making
a donation. We are walking for Seattle Children’s Hospital and the Hydrocephalus Association (HA) because we believe – we believe we
will find ways of preventing this chronic, life threatening condition. We believe better methods of treating hydrocephalus will be found, instead of relying upon procedures developed 50 years ago – procedures that have seen little innovation since then. We believe that Seattle Children’s Hospital is focused on hydrocephalus research and we believe in the program services and support HA has provided, and continues to provide, for the past 28 years. In short, we believe in the Hydrocephalus Association and its mission: to eliminate the challenges of hydrocephalus.
Please help us eliminate the challenges of hydrocephalus for the over one million Americans living with this chronic life threatening condition by making a tax-deductible donation today. Donating online (with a credit card) is easy – start by clicking the link at the bottom of the page.
Thank you in advance!
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