HER Foundation in National Geographic

National Geographic mentioned the HER Foundation and its board members, Kimber MacGibbon, RN, Dr. Marlena Fejzo, and Dr. Aimee Brecht-Doscher, in their article, “We finally know the cause of severe…

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Prematurity awareness day

Prematurity Awareness Day

November 17th is Prematurity Awareness Day. Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) is one of the leading causes of prematurity and results in babies that are small for gestational age and growth restricted.…

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Giving Tuesday – 2023

Celebrate Giving Tuesday with Us! Here at HER, we are ready for a BIG day in the nonprofit world: Giving Tuesday, November 28, 2023. Giving Tuesday is the largest giving…

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Prematurity awareness month

Prematurity Awareness Month

November is Prematurity Awareness Month. Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) is one of the leading causes of prematurity and results in babies that are small for gestational age and growth restricted. Support…

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HER Dance Party

Join the #HERDanceParty! Dance, Invite, and Donate to improve HG care through research and education.

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HG Awareness Day 2023

May 15th is International HG Awareness Day and HG Reality. You can help the HER Foundation raise awareness and educate about your HG Reality!

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AmazonSmile charitable giving program ends

Amazon’s charitable giving based on your shopping is ending. We rely on those donations for ~$2600 in operating costs covering site fees for about 10 months of the year. Please help us meet this deficit by giving today, creating a monthly donation, or hosting a fundraiser? Our resources and support are free to all in need because of those who gave in the past. Will you help those who come after you? Please give today!

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January 2022 HER Foundation Online HG Support Group

As a service to moms with a current or prior diagnosis of HG, the HER Foundation hosts free, online support groups via Zoom on the third Thursday of the month…

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Best of 2022

The HER Foundation has accomplished a lot in 2022! We are thankful for the support of our donors and community and want to share the highlights that made this HER’s best year yet! This is what 22 years of Helping Generations survive Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) looks like.

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Tala Shares #HERstory

The HER Foundation educated me on the website and social media, and I used the HG Care app. When I was scared to take Zofran, they sent me the lastest research. HER understands, and I didn’t feel alone. One day, they will find a cure.

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