Welcome to Henry's Hope

As with every good cause, Henry’s Hope starts with an inspiring story. This story is about a courageous, compassionate, and loving child – Henry.  At 9 months of age, Henry was diagnosed as failure to thrive.  The following two years proved challenging – several of his body’s systems began to fail.  He was unable to eat food, and a feeding tube was placed in his stomach.  After his first birthday, he only “ate” a special formula through his feeding tube.  He was unable to walk or crawl until he was 26 months old; so he attended physical therapy weekly for two years and had leg braces made to support him in standing.  His eye became paralyzed and he was farsighted; so, he began to wear glasses.  His respiratory system gave him trouble – he developed pneumonia several times, bronchitis, and was diagnosed with asthma – so, he got a machine for breathing treatments at home.   And, he developed dozens of infections.   Read More About Henry


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Help support the children in our community and in our nation with life threatening illnesses.

Henry’s hope is that all children with life threatening medical conditions have access to medical treatment, supplies, and support for their families - regardless of socio-economic status. Help us make Henry’s hope a reality.

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April 28, 2012  9am - 1pm


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Contact Us: Henry's Hope 9780 E. Gold Dust Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85258 P:  (317) 203-0264 E: hope@henryshope.org