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Hope Happens
Our Mission: To find a cure for ALS by funding progressive research and in the process create a new methodology for funding, researching and developing treatments for ALS and other neurological disorders.
Supporting collaborative research focusing on
neurodegeneration and repair across neurological disorders

(including Alzheimers, autism, ALS, cerebral palsy, Huntington's, MS, muscular dystrophy,
Parkinson's, spinal cord injury, stroke, and many more...)

A heartfelt Thank You to everyone who helped make our inaugural event into a huge success!

Hope Around The World featured a truly
Exclusive Travel Auction including the following items:

Vermejo Park Ranch - The largest privately owned contiguous property in the U.S.

SeaDream - It's Yachting, Not Cruising

HOPE Around the World
Hosted by Jet Linx

6:30 pm on Friday, October 21st, 2016
Jet Linx hangar at Lambert National Airport

Help spread HOPE Around the World.



Experience a memorable, fun evening with music, a live exclusive
travel auction, adventure, and food and wine from Argentina, Italy,
Spain and the Pacific Northwest…

All in a Jet Hangar overlooking the tarmac at Lambert Airport!

Registration for this event is now closed.

For inquiries, please call our office at 314-725-3888.

Thank you to our 12th Annual Evening of Hope Sponsors and Friends!

Our event on April 28th was a huge success, with an amazing musical performance by acclaimed singer, songwriter and guitarist Raul Malo. We hope you enjoyed the evening and will join us again next year for an inspiring evening of celebration and music.

Stay tuned for pictures and videos of the event!

All proceeds raised benefit the Hope Center for Neurological Disorders at Washington University School of Medicine.

The Hope Center Pilot Projects

Pilot Awards provide up to two years of funding for new, collaborative research initiatives, and the current Pilot Projects bring together scientists from a wide range of disciplines employing a variety of approaches.

Hope Happens is proud to support collaborative research that will lead to new treatments for all neurological disorders.

Click here for more information about these exciting projects.

Your Gifts at Work

We all know that finding cures and treatments for neurological disorders is extremely urgent. Your generosity and continued commitment supports ongoing projects of our dedicated Hope Center doctors and scientists who are making progress in the fight against all neurological disorders every day.

You can help people with neurological disorders by making a tax-deductible gift. Donate online or mail your contribution to our office. Any amount you feel comfortable giving is deeply appreciated. With your support, we can provide hope today in the lives of people with neurological disorders.

Click here for our brochure

Shout Out For Hope -
Join a Movement for Treatments and Cures

Everyone knows someone who has experienced a neurodegenerative disorder—ALS, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Huntington's, Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, brain and spinal cord injury, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, stroke, and many more. We share that bond of knowing someone. Now we share hope. Our hope is to control these disorders by finding treatments and cures

Like us, these disorders are also connected. When scientists collaborate and discover breakthroughs for one disorder, that success can lead to treatments and cures for another... and another... That's why we have a reason to rise, a reason to collaborate, a reason to start a movement, a reason to hope. We call this movement Shout Out for Hope

See this Shout Out from our supporter, Lori Schneider, who empowers those living with MS:

101 South Hanley Road
Suite 1320
St. Louis, MO 63105

p: 314-725-3888
f: 314-725-3892

Christopher Wells Hobler
1965 - 2005

Chris lost his battle against ALS on Wednesday, February 16, 2005, surrounded by his loving wife, family, friends and caregivers.
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The Hope Center
for Neurological Disorders

HOPE HAPPENS was formerly

ALS HOPE: The Chris Hobler/James Maritz Foundation