Brooke Benoit, of Plymouth River School, is in need of our help. Her one-year-old daughter, Harken, was recently diagnosed with Hurler’s Syndrome. This horrible disease causes organ failure, vision loss, hearing loss, delayed mental development, heart failure, lung disease, and a shortened life span. Because of the nature of the disease, and the aggressive fight doctors at Boston Children’s Hospital have waged to care for Harken, Brooke is unable to return to work. To help with medical and household expenses, please generously donate to the Harken’s Helping Hands raffle.
All are welcome to participate, staff as well as Hingham Parents
Please see front offices of each Hingham Public School Building to participate
May 4th through May 9th 2014
$5 for 1 ticket / $10 for 3 tickets / $20 for 8 tickets / $30 for 15 tickets / $50 for 30 tickets / $100 for 100 tickets
Join us for a night of fundraising to help defray medical costs of Harken Benoit. Harken, who just celebrated her 1st birthday, is the granddaughter of Bette and Paul Davolos. She was recently diagnosed with Hurler’s Syndrome and is presently receiving treatment in Children’s Hospital, Boston. Enjoy a country pig roast / pit beef dinner along with all the fixins. Beer, wine, and set ups, will be provided. The evening includes live music by the fabulous “Hung Jury”, a live and silent auction and games.NOTE: At this time Harken’s Helping Hands is not a recognized 501(c)(3) organization and is not eligible to receive tax deductible donations.
Please join us for a morning full of song and dance with Mamasteph to raise money for Harken’s Helping Hands, Inc.
Harken and most recently Christopher, have been diagnosed with Hurler’s Syndrome. 100% of the tickets sales will go direclty to both children and their families.