Donate now to give HG moms help and hope!

Support the development of important HG resources & genetics research.

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$14,618 towards $20,000

Let's give hope with criticial info & research!

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Make a team http://bit.ly/nfgpeer17 or on Crowdrise http://bit.ly/crhope17 & raise the most donations by Dec 31! When we reach $20,000 or Dec 31, we'll select the winner! YOU MUST USE THESE LINKS to make a team so we can track your members! All you need to easily recruit is on these sites!


#GIVE2HER GOAL: $20,000

- Website upgrades to be mobile friendly for our 500k visitors
- Continue phase 2 of our important HG genetics research
- Plan for 2019 medical conferences to educate health pros




WHY DONATE?

About 1 million women worldwide experience HG each year. Women suffering from this potentially life-threatening pregnancy disease, hyperemesis gravidarum (HG), need HER Foundation resources and information to survive their pregnancies. Even more, they need hope to seek help and find the strength to keep fighting for their life and that of their child. Many still lose hope and give up, either terminating their pregnancy and living with traumatic grief for a long time, or never have more children. The losses they face financially and emotionally are enormous.

The HER Foundation has given a voice to these mothers by publishing ground-breaking research, developing innovative assessment tools, and providing expert guidance on HG management through brochures and their website. Further, HER has a large network of volunteers that personally assist our support of women with HG. Without funding, HER cannot educate OBs at conferences and research progress slows so answers such as the causes and cures for HG remain elusive. Please help us continue our life-saving work so more mothers feel hope and use our resources to survive their pregnancies.

* HG is a debilitating and potentially life-threatening pregnancy disease marked by weight loss, malnutrition, and dehydration due to unrelenting nausea and/or vomiting, often with resulting health problems for both mother and child(ren).

Thanks to HER/UCLA/USC research & our advocacy efforts, there are fewer losses & terminations, and better health for all!