Lisa Mcdougal wrote -
As you know, I am a stroke survivor! Please help me raise money for an organization that means the world to me, CHASA. CHASA stands for the Children's Hemiplegic and Stroke Association. I raised a lot of money for them last year, and would love to match that this year. Every donation is appreciated, no matter how small , or large ... Thank you so much for your help...
HELP CHASA HELP KIDS!
MAKE A DONATION OR CREATE A FUNDRAISING PAGE!
CHASA is dedicated to improving the quality of life for children, teens, young adults, and families affected by infant or childhood hemiplegia or pediatric stroke. Hemiplegia means a weakness or partial paralysis on one side of the body. Our kids may also have learning, vision, hearing, epilepsy, sensory, neurological, behavioral, and emotional differences.
CHASA connects kids. We also connect moms, dads, and brothers and sisters. We know that life is more fun when you know someone else who wears a brace or takes medicine to stop seizures.You don't feel quite so alone.
Here's what we do. Help us keep doing it by donating or setting up a fundraising page!
Connect families at our national retreat and in local groups
Give college and vocational school scholarships
Help pay for a hand or foot brace
Send a stuffed animal to a child who needs a friend
Support Paralympic hopefuls
Give a national retreat scholarships
Match researcher participants with researchers
Connect over 5000 families through online groups
Spread the word that Kids Have Strokes, Too!
Encourage early intervention efforts
Coordinate odd-size shoe exchange