The National Neutropenia Network (NNN) depends on support from the friends and families of those whose lives have been forever changed and challenged by this rare disease. The NNN is a tax exempt not-for-profit charitable organization.
Or mail your tax deductible contribution to:
National Neutropenia Network
P.O. Box 9012
Huntington, WV 25704
OTHER WAYS TO GIVE
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Employee Matching Gifts: One great way you can donate to the National Neutropenia Network is to encourage your employees or co-workers to get involved through an employee matching gift program. Giving USA’s 2017 Annual Report marks a growth of five (5) percent in charitable donations by corporations. Please consider raising this statistic by implementing a match program in your place of work.
Giving Assistant: Shop through Giving Assistant and a portion of your purchase will be donated to the National Neutropenia Network. Your everyday on-line purchases will help support our work!
Volunteer Support Programs: Another way to support the National Neutropenia Network can be through volunteer support programs. Volunteer support programs are events that anyone can join without having to bypass any corporate red tape. The most common way that many people create these support groups is through fundraising. You can help fundraise through Facebook or by partnering up with a local establishment such as Buffalo Wild Wings or Dave & Busters. Simply contact the manager of the establishment to get things started. More creative support programs have included events like walk-a-thons, bake sales, or physical challenges. More ways to support the National Neutropenia Network.
YOUR DONATIONS AT WORK
The National Neutropenia Network (NNN) exists to help those who suffer from neutropenia. The diagnosis of this rare condition is often a trying journey marked by baffling infections, emergency room visits, and the desperate search for a physician who understands. After diagnosis, patients and families can feel isolated and discouraged as they try to negotiate life with a disease virtually unknown to family, friends, and even doctors. The NNN is there to help patients and families negotiate their new life. We ease isolation through programs that bring patients together for mutual support. We cut through confusion and anxiety with a world class conference where top experts share the latest research and protocols. We give hope through our informational website which invites visitors to contact a caring person or find a knowledgeable physician, or download an emergency room protocol card. Essentially, the NNN exists to help individuals and families impacted by neutropenia to live the healthiest and most fulfilling life possible.