Join us on Saturday, June 9th for a candlelight vigil to raise Hidradenitis Suppurativa awareness.
ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN
People affected by Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS) around the world will be lighting candles on Saturday, June 9th, during #Hidradenitis Suppurativa Awareness Week, to #BrightHStoLight
Hope for HS, a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit patient organization based in Detroit, will host a LIVE candlelight vigil, commencing at 8 p.m. in Memorial Park in Royal Oak, MI. Please join us in lighting a candle in the darkness, and take an important step toward bringing #HidradentisSuppurativa out of the shadows.
We want to help raise global awareness of HS, a common and painful skin disease by lighting a candle in solidarity to support all people with this disease, foster compassion and understanding in order to shed light on this affliction. We will also honor those who have succumbed to HS-related complications.
Hidradenitis Suppurativa: a painful autoinflammatory skin disease that dramatically affects quality of life. Not contagious. No known cause. No cure. There are many unknowns about Hidradenitis Suppurativa. Many of these unknowns lead us to hide the disease from the world. Many of these unknowns lead to a lot of us not even having a diagnosis. HS has a terrible effect on us, our families and the community. We stand in the same darkness as the medical profession. In hope, we believe our actions may encourage increased public interest that will help doctors find a cure.
Please join us in lighting a candle in the darkness, and take an important step toward bringing Hidradentis Suppurativa out of the shadows.
Hope for HS is proud to host this live #BringHStoLight vigil in support of a global campaign for 2018 HS Awareness Week, created by Penny White of Atlanta, Georgia. For further information about how you can host a vigil near you and a list of global participants please visit https://penspen.wixsite.com/bringhstolight/