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Experience shows that successful fundraising happens locally, which means that it is you and your network of friends and family that make the most meaningful contributions to the HAE cause. Whether you choose to host an HAE event, plan group fundraising, or join our volunteer efforts, you can make a lasting, positive impact on our community. And you can have a lot of fun doing it!
Help raise funds for the US HAEA services and programs, including the Pam King HAEA Scholarship Program, the Chris Whalen HAEA Compassion Fund, and HAE Research. Your participation in our fundraising program takes the HAEA community one step closer to a future with no swelling symptoms and a life without boundaries.
You can change lives by hosting an inspiring and uplifting fundraising event! We have a long list of event ideas and one of them will suit your interests.
We need you! People affected by HAE have the passion and motivation to plan and launch a successful fundraising initiative.
The best fundraising campaigns start by creating a web page where friends and family can easily and securely contribute to your cause. We will be your partner throughout, and will provide you with the tools for success as you begin your fundraising initiative.Create a Fundraising
Are you ready to host a local event, bring awareness to your community, and raise funds for truly meaningful causes? While you are welcome to use your own creativity to come up with an event, below are some proven ideas to help get you started. HAEA Community Engagement Manager, Mike Mallory (firstname.lastname@example.org) will be happy to help you plan your event, and make sure it appears on the HAEA website.
Consider Requesting a Local Sponsorship. Local businesses across the country join the HAEA’s mission each year through event sponsorships and donations. By sponsoring your event, a local business in your area may be able to:
To learn how to cultivate sponsorship opportunities with local businesses and discuss HAEA guidelines for sponsorships, please contact Mike Mallory at email@example.com.