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U.S. Nonprofits Adjust Fundraising Activities During Pandemic

“The coronavirus pandemic is forcing local nonprofits and charities to get creative with how they raise money. The charities are willing to make the adjustment to continue helping the community.”

To read the full article on this topic, visit: local/nonprofits-making-adjustments-to-raise-funds-amid-pandemic-concerns

The nonprofit my family supports, Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA) is just one of the organizations making changes in their fundraising activities. Most HDSA Chapters/Affiliates, there are 100 Team Hope Walks across the U.S., are changing their Team Hope Walk, HDSA’s grassroots fundraiser, to a virtual event as is their Annual Convention on June 4-7, 2020.  Sign up for Virtual HDSA Annual Convention; it’s FREE:

                     

Please consider HDSA when making a donation to a worthy cause.  Huntington’s disease is a rare, fatal, genetic brain disorder that has symptoms like ALS, Parkinson’s and Alzheimers.  10% of all Huntington’s disease (HD) cases are children with Juvenile HD. There are 41,000 symptomatic Americans and approximately 200,000 that are at risk for HD.  There is NO CURE.  HDSAwebsite

Therese’s Author Website https://theresecrutchermarin.com

Therese selling books at the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival in Okemah OK

I’m donating 100% of the cost of my book, Watching Their Dance, to HDSA.  Since I published, three years ago, I have donated over $15,000.00.  It’s available on many book websites in new and used.  Amazon.com/Watching-Their-Dance    barnesandnoble.com/w/watching-their-dance

We Can Never Lose Hope….

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