As we are unable to come together physically this year due to COVID-19, it is more important than ever to rally as a community and support the families of Huntington disease.
We hope you can support this event. HSC relies heavily on the money raised through fundraising events. Your continued support at this difficult time will ensure we are still able to provide funding to world-leading research into treatments for Huntington disease, as well as vital support services to individuals and families affected by Huntington disease.
All donations and contributions made to our event before September 30 are still matched by an anonymous donor dollar for dollar! Please consider a donation today!
Let's stand together as we walk apart!
We will be walking on the same day to make this a community event that we can do independently in support of the Huntington Society of Canada (HSC). Under current provincial guidelines, we encourage you to invite up to 10 friends and family to walk with you in your neighbourhood at a social distance.
We would love to see everyone share their photos through social media as you complete your walk. Use the hashtag #windsorwalk!
All proceeds raised through this event will go to support Family Services and Research to delay or stop Huntington disease.
Thanks to a kind donor, your event impact will be doubled this spring! Donations received by September 30th will be matched dollar for dollar so we can make double the progress towards providing support for HD families today, and give hope, by changing the course of this disease, for HD families tomorrow.
As our thanks to you, you are eligible for ONE of the following prizes, based on the amount you raise
$150: CureHD T-Shirt
$300: TeamHD Hoodie; OR
$500: TeamHD Jacket
The Huntington Society of Canada (HSC) strives for a better future for those affected by Huntington disease (HD). There are three main areas that HSC focuses on:
1. Funding cutting edge research into slowing or stopping the progression of HD
2. Funding Family Services workers across Canada to provide support for those affected by HD
3. Raising awareness of HD, educating the public and health services professionals, as well as advocating for the rights of those affected by HD