Tree of Help & Hope

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There’s something so magical about the first snowfall.

2015-tree-edit-1How the falling of those flakes brings back the warmest holiday memories … and feelings of comfort, and joy. And then there’s the peace and quiet of a world newly-blanketed in white.

For those touched by the devastation of Huntington’s disease, such moments of comfort, joy, and calm can seem fleeting. But I’m hoping that HDSA can bring you hope and remind you that …

In the fight against Huntington’s disease, you are never alone!

At HDSA we’re strong, in part, because we’re a family. We all understand how awful HD is, and that fuels our determination to do everything possible to beat it.

Being part of HDSA is your way to fight back.  It’s also your chance to find help and hope within a community of support. During the holidays, we all know that’s a thing of critical importance.

Our Holiday Tree of Help & Hope here at HDSA headquarters shows our collective hope for a future without Huntington’s disease— that’s the joyful day we are all working towards.

And each one of the snowflakes we place on our tree here at HDSA headquarters shows just how strong we are as a family—and how determined we are to keep fighting in the year ahead.

Thank you for being part of our HDSA family as you create help and hope by entering your virtual snowflake message in the comment section below with your holiday gift today!

With Holiday Hope!

 

To make a contribution please click here

To only submit your message of hope please click here

 

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Your Messages

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Denise

Mom I love you and there is HOPE! <3

 

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Jarone

Grandpa I miss you soo much <3

 

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Maria Orozco and Susana Garcia

Missing mom. Hope for a cure

 

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Yvonne Lockhart

What an “amazing “mom”! Miss you’
Your words….”It stops here”

 

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Dorothy Weber

What an “amazing” grandma! Miss you’

 

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Randy Ness Daddy

I miss you! I know you are sledding and finding a perfect Christmas tree!! I love you forever!

 

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My mommy

Not a day goes by that I don’t wish this didn’t take over ur life. love u more than you’ll ever know

 

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Memories Ron Maris

My dad I miss so much. Sue

 

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Gary Kirwan
Dad u are deeply missed.Not a day goes by I think about u & wish u were here w/us. Love U Daddy.

 

 

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Rob Shultz (Papa)

We love you and are praying for a cure!
Andy, Brittany and the boys

 

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MY MOM

I WILL ALWAYS BE BY YOUR SIDE.
TOGETHER WE WILL GET THROUGH IT ALL.
I LOVE YOU OH SO MUCH.

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Nancy Warner

Mom,
We love and miss you more than words can say. <3
~Angie, Jeff, Rob & Dave~

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Kyle Smith

His faith in our Lord Jesus has never wavered. His acceptance and humble strength is amazing.

 

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In honor of Doug H.

To our best friend Doug, we will stand besides you to the day they find a cure! Carol & Jimmie

 

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Meghan S

You continue to inspire me to be a better teacher; a better person.

Love Marjorie M

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Arnold Dinkin

Loss never leaves us; hopefully we will be able to research our way to a better tomorrow for us all.

 

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My son Santino❤️

Love and Miss you immensely my son… Never a moment goes by that you are not in my thoughts! ❤️ Mom

 

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Mike & Tom Burks

Grandpa and Dad we miss you very much. Love you forever

Chris/Steph, Corey/Kris, Michelle/Abbie

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Carol Brinley D’Agostino

miss you mom. they are working on a cure…………………….

 

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Sarah Bogusz

We miss you everyday and love you. Aunt Maryann

 

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Robert Hunter

I love & miss you Dad and think of you often. Love Karey

 

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Roger Cutler

You are missed Roger, by your sisters, by your daughters. Help us from heaven to win this battle.

 

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Maribel De La Torre

Love you and miss you sister! Linda

 

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In memory of my sweet friend Theresa-we miss you girl! It’s not the same without you.

 

 

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Amparo “Ann” James

June 18, 1941-Nov 15, 2016
Mom, You are deeply missed by all of us. Love your Daughter,Debbie

 

 

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