EHE is a puzzling disease for patients, families and providers. Our goal is to provide caring support and information to those affected by this disease.
Thank you for being part of our EHE family. We are amazed, inspired, and grateful that you continue to choose to stand alongside us in our commitment to fight EHE. Your support helps us honor those we’ve lost by continuing to make progress in many facets of our foundation’s mission.
Thank you for being part of our progress. Although we can’t list every great thing you’ve helped us accomplish in 2018, here are a few highlights.
Stephanie Herald and Courtney Walters, along with other family and friends of Justin Herald organized a memorial softball tournament in his memory in Hailey, Idaho on June 3-4 2017. They had a spectacular event with outstanding community support, great weather, and a group of enthused players. Justin was a full-time fireman and paramedic, a certified […]Read More
Jimmy Crook started the 100 mile challenge many years ago, while he was deployed to Afghanistan as a way to pass time and get people motivated through the tough holiday month of December. It has morphed into a nationwide group on Facebook (#Run4) that raises money for charity, encourages others on their fitness journey, and […]Read More
Registration for this event is over, but if you are interested in purchasing EHE/Just Live merchandise, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For up-to-date information about this event, visit our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/236969163428782 . We encourage you to upload pictures wearing your race shirt. The pictures can be taken before, during, or after the 5K. Your […]Read More
Earlier this month, Angela Osborn, along with numerous family and friends, gathered for a night of poker in Washington in order to honor her late brother Brian Frank. Along with the poker tournament, a silent auction was held, T-shirts and sweatshirts featuring Brian’s initials and birthdate were sold, and at the end of the evening, a staggering $11,000 […]Read More
Smoothie King in York, Pennsylvania, held its second fundraiser in memory of Mandy O’Connor on October 13. Sean and Nicky Krebs, Smoothie King franchisees and close friends of Mandy and Devin’s, once again donated 50 percent of their sales on what would have been Mandy’s 33rd birthday. Mandy died due to EHE on April 5, […]Read More
The Hershey Company has made a generous donation to The EHE Foundation. The world-famous confections company in Pennsylvania gave $500 to support ongoing research efforts into the rare cancer. The Foundation would like to thank Hershey employee Serena Wang for the support. Serena was a personal friend of Mandy O’Connor, who died from EHE in […]Read More