Huntington's Disease Association (Auckland) Inc

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Huntington’s Disease Association (Auckland) Inc. was formed in the early 80’s to provide support for those living with Huntington's disease.

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  Auckland Family Support Awareness Health Education

•Ensuring those who need it get the right support services and medical attention;

•Enabling others to understand the disease; and

•Furthering research to manage and cure Huntington Disease

With the hard work and dedication of our Manager Jo Dysart and Senior Family Liaison Coordinator Jane Devine, we have over 700 people living with symptoms or at risk of developing symptoms of Huntington’s Disease. We also support carers, families, medical Professionals and support agencies. In the past year we have worked with over 1,250 people and 4,312 visits.

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  • Kate

    Kate on 03 Dec 2019


    It's me again! Kate from The HD Queen :) I'm so happy to be able to donate another $500 from my Cling to Joy project. We are spreading the word and making an impact, so I hope this donation helps those families in need have a wonderful Christmas xx


  • Kate

    Kate on 18 Aug 2019


    In June 2019, I started Cling to Joy, a charity project that raises awareness and money for Huntington's Disease. Money from every purchase goes towards the HDAA and I'm so happy to be able to donate $1000 so far!


  • IMI Precision Engineering

    IMI Precision Engineering on 11 Jun 2019


    In memory of Ina Innes - Condolences to Steve, Carol and family.


  • Russell & Jean Smith

    Russell & Jean Smith on 29 Aug 2018



  • Lisa Heslop

    Lisa Heslop on 27 Aug 2018


    For Karen Paterson. Happy birthday xxx


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