Your generosity and support helps MHAUS continue its mission to promote the optimum care and scientific understanding of MH and related disorders. Contribute to an MHAUS fund listed below using quick, easy, and secure credit card transactions. Donations of all sizes and payment plans are welcomed – whether it's a one-time gift, monthly contribution, part of a matching gifts program, or a planned gift including appreciated stock or other securities. For more information call 607-674-7901 or email email@example.com.
Malignant Hyperthermia Association of the United States is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization recognized by the IRS as a public charity. Tax ID number: 06-1076301; Address: PO Box 1069, Sherburne, NY 13460
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Your contribution to the General Fund allows MHAUS to direct funds to a broad spectrum of organization support including operations, travel for MHAUS exhibition at professional conferences, and day-to-day office operation that allow for our important mission to be realized.
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MH Awareness and Training » Donate Online
March is Malignant Hyperthermia Awareness and Training Month and reminds us all to prepare for MH. Patients and Families can update their heath history with their family and medical providers and Healthcare Professionals can conduct MH awareness and training and inspect their MH Carts. The best way to protect yourself, your family, your patients and facility, is to be prepared before it's too late.
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Monthly Sustaining Donor » Donate Online
Sustaining donors help MHAUS to maintain its mission to promote optimum care and scientific understanding of Malignant Hyperthermia and related disorders. Every monthly gift is significant and allows us to continue our mission through the MH Hotline, our most important service, education, outreach, research, and testing.
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James Vincent Cox Memorial » Donate Online
Beloved husband for 62 years of Nell Cox (nee Toles). Loving father of B. Thomas (Cindi), Beverly and the late Deborah Ann Cox. Cherished grandfather of Michael J. (Ilene) Zarvos, Piper (Curtis) Wright and Kellen Cox. Son of the late Wyndell and Irene Cox. Brother of Stephen (Maxine) Cox and the late Wynilou Cavilia. Our dear uncle, cousin and friend to many.
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Honor Your Anesthesia Care Professional » Donate Online
Have you recently gone through surgery and were extremely pleased that your anesthesia professional was there for you? Did their attitude, attention, level of concern for your health and welfare make you feel comfortable during a stressful time? MHAUS offers this program for you to recognize a specific anesthesia professional and express your appreciation!
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Support the MH Hotline to dramatically increase the odds of patient survival during an MH crisis. MH Hotline experts provide life-saving advice through the MH Hotline, which receives about 1,000 calls worldwide needing medical referral each year, at no cost to the caller.
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Geoffrey Warren Keller Fund » Donate Online
Geoffrey Warren Keller, a malignant hyperthermia (MH) susceptible, who passed away on September 9, 2012. Geoff, age 26, will be honored as a loving husband, son, brother, and friend. His family and friends have come together to organize a series of concerts to memorialize Geoff, raise awareness about MH, and fundraise to benefit the Malignant Hyperthermia Association of the US (MHAUS) mission to promote the optimum care and scientific understanding of MH and related disorders.
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Patricia Belle Sparlin Gronert Memorial Fund » Donate Online
Patricia Belle Sparlin Gronert, March 22, 1936 to October 31, 2012. Read more about Pat's life and legacy written by her husband Gerald Gronert, MD, who contributed to our current understanding of MH and a member of the MHAUS Professional Advisory Council. Honor Pat with your contribution.
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Shah Educational Awareness Fund » Donate Online
In honor of Tina Shah, The Shah Educational Awareness Fund was established to alert and educate psychiatric, medical, and nursing professionals who may diagnose and treat patients during Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome (NMS) episodes, and to increase awareness and ensure patients with NMS are recognized and treated efficiently and effectively.
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Mrs. Speakman's story: "My husband, Cliff, was only 56 years old when he died from Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome (NMS). An otherwise healthy man, Cliff had never suffered from a major illness, never undergone major surgery nor had he ever been hospitalized. Cliff’s story is a tragic one, but it is helpful for me to share it with others in order to create awareness of this rare condition."
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Requel Keola Blanco-Memorial Fund » Donate Online
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Robert E. Wade Memorial Fund » Donate Online
Robert E. Wade tragically lost his life to malignant hyperthermia in 1965 when he was just 12 years old. His father, Robert F. Wade, was dedicated to MHAUS and raising awareness for MH. Robert F. Wade sadly passed away in February of 2017. The family would like to have this donation fund in memory of their loved ones.