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Supporters continue to celebrate their birthdays (and other special occasions) by creating a fundraiser on Facebook to support The EHE Foundation. Facebook allows supporters to easily create the event, share their story, invite friends, and track their progress toward their goal. This convenient online tool has allowed many of our supporters to increase awareness while […]Read More
Brian Frank passed away from EHE on September 2, 2014 at the age of 28. Brian had only been sick for about 6 months and was not properly diagnosed until he passed. His family and friends, led by his mother, Darlene Frank, and his sister, Angela Osborn, organize an annual event in Brian’s memory, which […]Read More
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 email@example.com. 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