Where would you be today without your education? Many of us simply transitioned from high school to college without thinking much about it. For children with a parent who has Huntington’s disease, however, the idea of continuing education after high school may be a distant dream. The cost of caring for someone with Huntington’s disease often precludes post-secondary education options, despite recent news that "Obama Signs Student Loan Interest Rate Legislation into Law."
You can help.
By contributing to Huntington’s Hope scholarship fund, you can give someone the same opportunities to succeed that you have enjoyed. If your life has been made better because of education, please support those who may otherwise never get that chance. Please DONATE TO HUNTINGTON’S HOPE SCHOLARSHIP FUND NOW.
It only takes $10 to make a lasting difference in someone’s life. Donations of $10 and $20 add up quickly and will provide the financial foundation for Huntington’s Hope. We need to reach a $25,000 level so we can begin disbursing scholarships! Thank you!
For a link to "Obama Signs Student Loan Interest Rate Legislation into Law,"
Good Samaritan Society – Specialty Care Community in Robbinsdale, Minn., owned and operated by the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, is one of only eight long-term skilled care centers in the United States with a dedicated program for individuals with Huntington’s disease.