Camrose Chapter

Huntington Society of Canada

Welcome

 

May is Huntington’s awareness month.  The Camrose Chapter will be hosting three exciting fundraisers to raise awareness and financial support.   

Huntington disease (HD) is an incurable and debilitating genetic disease that affects thousands of families in Canada. As local HSC volunteers, we can tell you from first-hand experience that individuals and families affected by Huntington Disease (HD) in our community and across Canada benefit enormously from the proceeds of wonderful events such as this, which fund the Society’s much needed programs and services.

The three fundraiser events;

  1. Co-op BBQ at the Wild Rose Co-op downtown grocery store Friday, May 20th,2022 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.  Located at 4818-51 Street, in Camrose.
  1. Camrose Virtual Walk Join the Camrose Chapter as we walk virtually for Huntington disease (HD) this May alongside Huntington Society of Canada (HSC) chapters and participants Nationwide. .​​This year we are encouraging participants to walk throughout the month of May to reach our target goal of 4000kms walked by our community. We know we can do it by making walking a habit and encouraging friends and family to join us.​

Our collective efforts will help to raise funds and awareness for HD not only in Camrose, but all across Canada. Together we can make a difference!

 

  1. Virtual Silent Auction. May 27th, 28th. The Camrose Chapter will collect, and post silent auction items on our Camrose Chapter’s Facebook page. Early preview of these items will be available for viewing on the site by May 24th. Visit our website for more details.  hdcamrose.ca

Your contribution will ensure the success of this event by allowing proceeds to go directly towards the Huntington Society of Canada and its services and research programs. Your sponsorship will help in playing a crucial role that the Huntington Society of Canada has in finding a cure and supporting individuals with HD and their families through each progressive loss imposed by the disease.

Thank you for your consideration of this request. 

Sincerely,

Camrose Huntington’s Chapter