Greetings: The Hope Walk was amazing and all of your efforts in the fight against HD are much appreciated. There is still the opportunity to donate and fundraise; yes, even after the walk! Ask those who didn't check donating to your page off their to-do list before the walk. See if your employer or donors' employers do matching gifts. You can also join us on August 9th 6-9pm at TenTen Bistro, who will be donating a portion of sales to HDSA. Details here.
Thank you for all of your hard work!
Please join us for the Northern California Chapter's Sacramento Team Hope Walk on Saturday, July 26, 2014!
Walk with us to support HDSA and our mission to promote and support research and medical efforts to eradicate Huntington's disease, assist people and families affected by Huntington's disease to cope with the problems presented by the disease, and to educate the public and health professionals about Huntington’s disease. The Society is a national, voluntary health organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with Huntington's disease and their families, and to achieve our goals we need your help!
Team Hope Walks aim to raise as much money possible in the local community to support the mission and services of the Huntington’s Disease Society of America. There are many different fundraising strategies you may use to have a successful fundraising campaign, and HDSA suggests you use all of them! Please download the Team Hope Walk Participant Packet and check out the Team Hope website’s Fundraising Tips & Tools and Participant Resources sections.
We invite all local companies and small businesses to sponsor this Team Hope Walk. We depend on the generosity of sponsors, and by sponsoring a walk your company will be supporting a great cause as well as engaging in an exciting marketing opportunity within the local community. If you are a company looking to sponsor the walk, please email Natalie Carpenter at email@example.com or if you know of a sponsor please use our Sponsorship Packet.
What is Huntington's Disease?
Huntington's disease (HD) is a devastating, hereditary, degenerative brain disorder that results in a loss of cognitive, behavioral and physical control, and for which, presently, there is no cure. To learn more, please visit www.hdsa.org.