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Fundraising For A Cure
This page was last updated: October 31, 2011
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Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Network C.A.R.E.S. depends on the donations and fundraising  efforts of its supporters to help provide the funds needed for research projects and  important services  to the EDS Community.

One of the easiest ways to help support  EDSNC is by simply making a donation.  The EDSNC is an all volunteer organization, so we can apply your donation to the area you specify.

Another way to help is by planning your own fundraiser in your community.  Many  businesses,  neighborhoods and community groups offer opportunities to participate in raising funds to benefit  non-profit organizations . Some of the fundraisers that have been successful include:

Bike-Runs                                                         Buying online with IGive.com
Participation in Marathons                      Quilt Projects
Car Washes    Golf Tournaments
Bake Sales      Bowl-a-thons
Garage Sales            EDS bracelet sales
Knit-a-thons  EDS Reading for Research Project
Restaurant Night Out     Cell phone Collection Campaigns
Letter Campaigns to Family & Friends

If you are interested in holding a fundraiser to benefit EDS Network C.A.R.E.S.,  please complete the following steps:

  • Please send an email to  info@ehlersdanlosnetwork.org to discuss       your idea and how we might be able to help you.

  • Read our Procedures for Official Fundraising Events.

  • Once you have decided on your fundraiser , submit the Local         Fundraising Proposal Form to receive approval as an official fundraising event.

  • Submit  the Proposed Budget/Financial Summary for Local Fundraising Events form to:

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
Network C.A.R.E.S., Inc.
P.O. Box 66
Muskego, WI 53150


Your help is needed, and with your support
we can make a difference!
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