||Tulips for Tremor 2012
|Tulips for Tremor Fundraiser 2012 - A Reason to Act
Essential tremor (ET) is a neurological condition that causes shaking of the hands, head and voice. ET affects 10 million people of all ages in the United States.
Researchers have many proposals waiting that will one day find the causes of essential tremor. But, they lack funding. Help us make this research a reality. A quarter of a million dollars. Thatís whatís needed. And thatís our commitment. This yearís Tulips for Tremor research fundraiser is poised to be the greatest push for research funding in our 24-year history.
You can act today for a better tomorrow. Please join us as an online donor to bring hope to those with ET.
Every donation, no matter how large or small, counts! Please donate!
About Tulips for Tremor
Tulips for Tremor represents renewed hope for research that will find the cause of ET and lead to better ET medications, treatment, diagnostic tools, and a cure. These colorful flowers seek out the sun and adjust position to find the best light. For the IETF, tulips represent hope and new beginnings.
Tulips for Tremor Pins
This year, the IETF is offering tulip pins to spread the message of hope and new beginnings. We will send you a tulip pin per $25 donation, while supplies last. Please donate today.
The tulip pin design was created by Kau Faulkner, son of Bob Faulkner of Santa Barbara, CA. The Tulips for Tremor Pin was created by jewelers Janis and Harvey Eisman of Southfield Gold & Diamonds in Flint, MI in honor of Shari Finsilver (2011 Spirit of Hope Award recipient). The pin is silver-toned with tri-colored, enamel tulips and green stems.
Tulips for Tremor Across the U.S.A.
The map below displays a tulip for each donation that represents the city and state of origin. When you send in your Tulips for Tremor donation for essential tremor research and awareness initiatives, the IETF will put your city on the map! Donate online or call the IETF at 888.387.3667.
View IETF 2012 Tulips for Tremor ET Research Donations in a larger map