Join Eric Hutchinson in the fight for Care and a Cure
Award-winning recording artist & MDF community member Eric Hutchinson is releasing the song "Hands" off his new album "Modern Happiness" in partnership with MDF! Eric developed the song & video to share his family story & help raise awareness about DM & critically-needed funds for MDF.
Many of you know Eric's work, & his amazing support of MDF & our community. Read more about Eric's family relationship to myotonic dystrophy & his long-term commitment to Care and a Cure for DM at EricHutchinson.com.
MAKE A DONATION TO MDF BY AUGUST 10TH TO GET A GIFT FROM ERIC!
All donations will receive a digital download of "Hands". Any "Modern Happiness" gifts will be processed in October with the album release.
"For me, learning about DM has been incredibly empowering. Even just abbreviating "myotonic dystrophy" to DM feels like a massive step forward, a clinical shortcut for a disease that will always be in my life but doesn't have to reign terror on it. I've begun having conversations with my dad and discussing DM a little more openly with my family. It's a learning process, but it's getting easier. I've become more interested in educating people on the disease and helping other people in all walks of life."
"I know firsthand what living with myotonic dystrophy looks like for a loved one and his or her caregivers. I'm committed to helping to find care and a cure for DM and I hope you'll join me. I want to thank the Myotonic Dystrophy Foundation for helping my family better understand myotonic dystrophy and letting us know that we're not alone in living with this disease. I'm donating to MDF because it's important to provide resources and support to families, and accelerate efforts to find a therapy."
DON'T MISS OUT!
These special gifts will only be available until August 10th. Join us in the fight for care and a cure for DM by donating today! Your contributions help us deliver essential support and information to patients, families and the medical community, fund and support important research efforts, raise awareness, and advocate with legislators and federal agencies.