The XLH Network needs your support to continue to achieve our goal to discover better treatments for this rare and neglected disease. Your contributions help our organization promote awareness, support research, create resources for affected families, and foster the search for a cure.
There are many ways to help us:
Contribute worldwide via PayPal or Credit Card:
Checks (USA banks only) may be mailed to:
The XLH Network, Inc.
911 Central Ave., #161
Albany, NY 12206
Support our first annual walk/run for XLH at XLH Day 2017.
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Giving Appreciated Stock
Electronic or depository trust company (DTC) transfer of stock through a broker can be made through the Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network account held by the XLH Network. For instructions on completing an electronic stock transfer or handling gifts of physical stock certificates, contact one of the following individuals:
Geoff Edelson, XLH NetworkTreasurer: email@example.com
Chris Inman, CFP®, Financial Advisor with Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network, LLC at 601-602-3571 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Network will need to know the donor name, address, phone number, email address, and details of the contribution so we can acknowledge the gift.
Employer Matching Gift
Many employers have programs to match donations made by their employees. Check with your employer to see how to add The XLH Network, Inc. to their employer matching gift program.
Ask your financial and legal advisors about including The XLH Network, Inc. as a beneficiary in your will or whether there may be ways to help us that would also benefit you financially while you're still alive.
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