We value those who wish to support aHUS research
with a fundraising effort.
Here are a few guiding principles to keep in mind.
Please CONTACT The Atypical HUS Foundation
FMI about Fundraisers at:
Deborah Lewis E: firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: 314-363-1040
Considerations when Planning an aHUS Fundraiser
All fundraisers should be done in good taste. They are representative of the Foundation, and in a broader sense, our collaborative partners.
Do not co-mingle fundraiser beneficiaries without an expressed written approval from the Board. (i.e. fundraisers intended to benefit a specific family/patient vs. the foundation). This isn’t intended to imply that you aren't able to host a personal fundraiser, however, we ask that you consider the motto “we don’t help one child, we help all children”.
Honor System. We understand that to promote a fundraiser, a personal financial investment may be required. At the end of the fundraiser, these funds would be returned to you. While it may prove difficult to monitor these finances, we trust that in the interest of the purpose, those individuals who host a fundraiser are honorable and trustworthy.
EVERY DOLLAR COUNTS ! Your donation funds efforts to foster improved outcomes for aHUS patients through research and via education for patients, families, and physicians.
The Atypical HUS Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit,
welcomes donations of any amount, whether online or via mailed check,
and will gladly to provide documentation for employers
who offer 'matching gifts' to charitable organizations.
Donations may be mailed to:
The Atypical HUS Foundation
C/O Deborah Lewis
PO Box 333
Barnhart, MO 63012
Contact info for Deborah Lewis, E: email@example.com Ph: 314-363-1040
Our organization's FINANCIAL REPORTS, and other documents, are available upon request from Deborah A. Lewis CPA, MBA
or receive an aHUS Pearl Bracelet as your gift for a $295. donation
*Guidelines are subject to updates, please contact Crystal Ferreira at
firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions or concerns.