Welcome to Team Hannah's Hope Fund and Justin's Triumph over GAN. We raise funds to support the development of a treatment and cure for Giant Axonal Neuropathy (GAN), and to be the resource for doctors, scientists and families world-wide. GAN is an extremely rare and fatal genetic disease. There are only 63 known cases world-wide. The life expectancy for these children is only into their 20's. In 2015, the FDA approved an experimental trial -- so far, 2 patients have been injected. Help us raise money to continue our search for a cure for GAN.
Both my fraternal twin brother and my little sister were diagnosed with GAN, a fatal genetic disease. I race to raise money to help find a cure for GAN. Please help me save their lives.
|Donor||Donation Amount||Donation Date||Comment|
|Onurmark Productions||$500.00*||5/1/2016||Congratulations and thank you for participating in the Onurmark Giving Challenge.|
|Houston Racing Triathlon Team||$50.00||4/22/2016||Great Job|
|Christopher Felch||$60.00||4/12/2016||Haven and Ella Felch|
|Charleen Gonzalez||$30.00||4/10/2016||Mario Gonzalez, Mrs Shapiro 2nd grade, Horn|
|Alexandra Webster||$30.00||4/9/2016||Donation on the name of Lucas Webster.|
|Stephen Clarke||$30.00||4/9/2016||We have already received our Tri Shirt.|
|Anonymous Donor||$30.00||4/8/2016||Go Jared and Horn Tri team.|
|Angela M Watts||$60.00||4/8/2016|
|Qianmei Feng||$30.00||4/8/2016||My Reason: Justin's TRIumph and my mom who had ALS. My Event: Kids' Triathlon, Houston, April 23, 2016.|
|Anonymous Donor||$200.00||12/28/2015||Houston Racing Triathlon Club (HRTC) is proud to support your efforts!|
|* offline donation|