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Charitable Giving

The Baltimore Huntington's Disease Center of Excellence

Johns Hopkins Medicine owes its existence, and its continuing excellence, to the generosity of private individuals. Philanthropy allows Johns Hopkins Medicine to continue its ongoing efforts as a leader in innovative and compassionate treatment, groundbreaking research, and cutting-edge education.

There are many opportunities to support both clinical and research initiatives in the Baltimore Huntington's Disease Center. Clinical gifts are used to provide services such as counseling, medical follow-up, case management, and consultations to families in need.

Contributions can be made to support a specific research program, the work of a particular investigator, or a component of the treatment program.

To learn more about types of gifts and methods of giving (online, phone, mail)

Please make checks payable to the Johns Hopkins University Department of Psychiatry Baltimore Huntington's Disease Center . If you choose to make your gift online, you may designate 'Huntington's Disease' on the secure online giving form.

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Have questions about philanthropic giving to the Huntington's Disease Center ? Contact us.

 

For information about viewing the HDSA Webinars at a different time, call or email the social worker, Kit McFarlane at 410-955-2497 or cmcfarl1@jhmi.edu


Johns Hopkins / HDSA
SUPPORT GROUP

For those concerned about all aspects of Huntington’s Disease: individuals, family, friends

Meets at 7PM
2nd Tuesday of the month at College Manor AL
300 W. Seminary Ave.
Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093

410-252-0440 (for changes due to inclement weather only)

Enter the building through the infirmary entrance at the back of the building.

Call for instructions: 443-838-7120

Call Kit McFarlane, facilitator, for directions and questions:
410-955-2497


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