Watching a friends daughter struggle with this disease is frightening at times. Her and others need help through donations!
It is a privilege to work with this amazing organization. The Board of Directors volunteer hours and hours of their time to help run the organization, support families and raise funds for research. They are transparent and I love that so much of my donation goes directly to research!
Positive experience with this charity and I will continue to donate.
We greatly appreciate AHCF's role in supporting families of children with AHC and helping to find medical support to treat and cure this condition.
AHCF is an amazing non-profit. It is led by incredibly dedicated parents and focused on making every dollar work as hard as possible for advancing research, understanding, and treatments for this rare disorder. I couldn't be prouder to be associated with them.
This wonderful organization makes a difference. The focus is truly on the kids and their families and they emphasize results, including funding the exciting discovery of the gene that causes the disorder. My niece and her family also rely on the support community to stay strong and manage incredibly difficult daily challenges. AHCF impacts their lives every day.
My niece has AHC and I've watched the organization steadily grow and mature since her diagnosis. I've had the pleasure to be involved with, and donate to, fundraising activities such as the annual AHC walk and AHC golf outing in the Chicago area. The organization is forthcoming and clear about how the donations are used in the annual update. I look forward to future progress.
A wonderful organization helping children with this terrible disease.
AHCF does wonders for the children afflicted with this disorder and their loving families as they navigate the uncharted waters of AHC.
Our granddaughter was diagnosed with Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood when she was 10 months old (1991). Very little was known about AHC then and the information available was difficult to find. This prompted our daughter and other parents to form the Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood Foundation (AHCF).
It has been an eye opener to observe what it takes to get a foundation up and running. The continued passionate commitment and dedication of parents, families, friends, physicians, volunteers over these past 20 years is so very inspiring. And the results have been monumental.
Thank you AHCF. Keep up the good work !!!
My son is 19 years old and has ahc. We have been in this fight alone until we found ahc foundation. It is wonderful to be able to talk to when days are hard and ask all the stupid questions which other sometimes laugh or just looked puzzled. We have become more and more involved and would like to have the world know who we are and help with our cause!!! Jenny Renfroe in Roswell, ga