Moyamoya Challenge

MoyaMoya Challenge

– to take the challenge of drinking a glass of water on video. You must accept the challenge within 24 hours. If you do the challenge, please donate $10.00 to either Stanford Hospital or Boston Children’s Hospital. If you don’t, it’s $100.00 to either facility. Please specify that it’s for the “Moyamoya Awareness Water Challenge” (for either hospital, also indicating that funds are to be ***designated for Moyamoya research***). Whatever you choose to do, please be sure to call out at least three people to follow in your footsteps!

Water, it’s good for the body, especially a body with Moyamoya disease! Drink (water) up, and help us further awareness and raise funds for this little-known, potentially fatal disease! Cheers!”

—-> Here are the addresses and links (be sure to designate ***Moyamoya Awareness Water Challenge – Moyamoya Research***):

Stanford Hospital
Stanford Development Services Office (checks payable to Stanford University)
P.O. Box 20466
Stanford, CA 94309

http://med.stanford.edu/
Once on this page, place the cursor on the “Give” button in the upper right corner.
Under “Campaign for Stanford Medicine”, click on “Make a Gift Online”.
Under “I Want to Support . . .”, click on the following dropdowns 1) Stanford Medical Center, 2) School of Medicine.
Under “Special Instructions”, type Moyamoya Awareness Water Challenge – Moyamoya research.
The rest is self explanatory.

Boston Children’s Hospital
Contact Armide Storey via email at armide.storey@childrens.harvard.edu for instructions.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SpoNEUmWeE

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