“Make a difference today for someone fighting for their tomorrow.”
~ Jim Kelly
A Special Fundraiser is a fundraiser hosted by someone who wants to make a difference for children affected by Leukodystrophy. There are endless ways funds can be raised while having lots of fun. Pick something that you are already doing or would like to do. Ask your family and friends if they will support your efforts.
Any amount raised makes a difference today for someone fighting for their tomorrow!
Learn more and begin fundraising here.
Having a Lemonade Stand, like our friend Lauren, helped raise enough funds for new toys for Leukodystrophy children attending our 2017 Family Symposium. You can have a Lemonade Stand too, Bake Sale, Yard Sale, or any kind of Sale. Your Sale can help children affected by Leukodystrophy.Start your fundraiser now
Birthday, Wedding, Anniversary Gifts
What a beautiful bride and groom, Olivia and Joseph (photo), donated $630 from their guests as wedding gifts. You can ask your family and friends to make a donation to Hunter’s Hope instead of buying you a birthday, anniversary or wedding gift.
As you celebrate, you make a difference – these gifts last forever!Start your fundraiser now
Dine Out for Hope
Our friends at Angee’s Restaurant raised over $1,900 for Hunter’s Hope. They held one Dine Out For Hope event each month for the last 12 months, donating a portion of their proceeds and sharing the mission of Hunter’s Hope. Any amount at any time makes a difference!Start your fundraiser now
Dress Down Days
Our friends at Hodgson Russ held dress down days in 2017 that raised over $740! Dress Down Days are fun for employees and make a difference for children and their families.Start your fundraiser now
Do you belong to or own a gym that wants to support Hunter’s Hope? Donate proceeds from your workout classes to the Foundation!
Orangetheory Fitness Southtowns donated the admission from all exercise classes on February 11, 2018 in honor of Jim and Hunter Kelly’s birthday. They raised over $800!Start your fundraiser now