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Help us C.A.R.E and committ to changing lives

Start a fundraiser to benefit The Ehlers-Danlos Society today


$15,919 towards $60,000

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Recurring Donors

We are driving forward Care, Access, Research, and Education, and are committed to changing lives of those impacted by EDS and HSD.

We are asking a few of our key partners to rally their friends, family, and networks to support our work. By becoming a fundraiser for The Ehlers-Danlos Society, you will help the Zebra community, and you'll help your friends feel good about doing good.

Starting a fundraiser is easy to do, and it's fun. We'll even give you all the tools you'll need to make a difference.

The Ehlers-Danlos Society uses The Network for Good platform to receive online donations and their details will appear on your credit card statement following a donation to our organization. Network for Good’s Donor Advised Fund is an accredited charity by the Better Business Bureau.

Recurring Donors
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29 people have already started fundraising for this campaign!

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Katie Alexander 30 70 A

Katie Alexander

Lily Baker 1 99 A

Lily Baker

Lily Baker 80 20 A

Lily Baker

Ashley Bell 0 100 A

Ashley Bell

Ashley Bell 0 100 A

Ashley Bell

Heather Corey 55 45 A

Heather Corey

Carrie Durso 828 -728 A

Carrie Durso

Becca Finley 0 100 A

Becca Finley

Dulce Haviland 0 100 A

Dulce Haviland

Dulce Haviland 0 100 A

Dulce Haviland

Jodi Hobbs 0 100 A

Jodi Hobbs

Liv Hutley 0 100 A

Liv Hutley

You will get these tools to help you run a successful campaign:

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