Imagine a world where everyday tasks like sending a text message, brushing your teeth or even enjoying your morning coffee becomes incredibly challenging. A world in which many of the things we do often and without a second thought feel like insurmountable hurdles. This is the daily life of many individuals dealing with Rett syndrome, a rare genetic disorder primarily affecting girls.
Finding effective treatments and, ultimately, a cure for Rett syndrome is profoundly important to individuals and families of loved ones affected by it.
Join Holly on her quest to fund Rett syndrome research. This research could unlock the door to helping other neurological disorders like Alzhiemer’s, Parkinson’s, and Autism.
Yule Store is an Anthology tradition to raise money for an employee selected 501(c)(3) organization. Virtual bidding starts 12/11 through 12/15 5pm HST. Here's some ways to help us reach our goals.
1 in 6 Adults in Hawaii Struggle with Reading and Writing. In 2022, Anthology raised $21,386.00 to support Hawaii Literacy’s mission to empower Hawaii’s children and adults with essential reading, writing, and lifelong learning skills.
The Pōpolo Project seeks to highlight the vivid, complex diversity of Blackness. Anthology raised $27,105.50 to aid in their mission to redefine what it means to be black in Hawaii and in the world.
Amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, Anthology raised $15,441.79 for Ho’ōla Nā Pua to aid in their continued mission to end sex trafficking and provide care for children who have been exploited.