Thank you for supporting the Hypothalamic Hamartoma community in our collective journey from diagnosis, through treatment to cure for some and life long management of HH for others. 

Hope  for HH is run 100% by volunteers (caregivers) who each give 100% to ensure Hope for HH meets its mission to deliver up-to-date information, provide compassionate and timely support, and fund cutting edge research on HH.

As #GivingTuesday approaches, we ask you to join us in our  #100ForHOPE campaign!   We are so close to hitting five key "100's" milestones and with YOUR HELP we will achieve this goal before year end! 


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100% HOPE FOR HH DONATION PARTICIPATION.  Whether you are a patient, caregiver, healthcare professional, or friend of someone with HH -  if you received this email, please donate 100 cents, $100 dollars or $100,000 to HH. Be counted for HH today!

18 more HH patients or caregivers is all we need to hit 100 HH REN PARTICIPANTS - another HH milestone. Are you an HH caregiver or patient? Have you registered for the REN? REGISTER now! 

If 100 people subscribe to our YouTube Channel we can get a vanity url (eg hopeforhh). We have 68 subscribers. Subscribe TODAY and help us hit 100!

We are so close to 100 Twitter Followers - just 13 away. FOLLOW US and help us reach 100! 
Stay in the know of the hottest HH topics trending now with our blog. We are 50% of the way toward our goal. Your SIGN UP will bring us closer to 100.

Do all FIVE above or even just ONE. 
Please DO SOMETHING TO GIVE #100ForHOPE in 2017!

Happy Holidays,
Hope for HH Board of Directors

L to R Ilene Miller, Lisa Soeby, Emma Nott, Erica Webster,  Kathy Jensen, 
Wendy Tipps. Julie Robinson not pictured.



THANK YOU FOR RAISING HOPE IN 2017!


A BUSY YEAR IN REVIEW





PATIENT INFORMATION & SUPPORT




RESEARCH GRANTS & INITIATIVES




PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
& OUTREACH




INCREASING HH AWARENESS




RAISING 
FUNDS TO 
SUPPORT HH



Hope for Hypothalamic Hamartomas 

Provides information and support to HH patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers and  promotes research toward early detection, improved treatments, living with HH, and cure.

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