PHF September 30th Hydrocephalus Awareness MONEY BOMB!!!
“ONE DAY….. ONE DONATION”
The Pediatric Hydrocephalus Foundation (PHF), the nation’s #1 advocate for children with Hydrocephalus, needs your help on: September 30th for our Hydrocephalus Awareness MONEY BOMB: to: raise funds: for our outstanding initiatives & Hydrocephalus research project funding rolling out in 2013 and beyond!
The PHF is dedicated to raising the level of awareness of this incurable brain condition, providing support to those who are diagnosed with Hydrocephalus, and most of all raising money to help: fund a cure and better treatment options for our children!
In 2009 the month of September has been named: “National Hydrocephalus Awareness Month”: and this year has been OUTSTANDING! The outpouring of support the PHF has received from around the country has been INCREDIBLE!
But we need your help TODAY to make it our best month ever for fundraising.
So we’re asking everyone to participate in the first ever: Hydrocephalus Awareness: MONEY BOMB: on September 30th: so we can end this year’s Hydrocephalus Awareness Month with a bang, and keep the momentum going for the next few months and into 2014!
If every supporter of the PHF who believes in our mission and wants to support the: outstanding success we have had as advocates for children: and families affected by Hydrocephalus contributes on September 30, we’ll have a record-breaking fundraising success.
We are counting on you to contribute and push the PHF to new heights!!!: Click below, and thank you for your generosity!!!
Join us for this special On-Line Fundraising event-: PHF’s Hydrocephalus Awareness: MONEY BOMB!
ONE DAY….. ONE DONATION!
The Pediatric Hydrocephalus Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) non-profit charitable organization. All donations are tax-deductible.
The website to make donations is: www.active.com/donate/
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