Making a Difference
Lindsey Troop began designing hairbows and headbands to benefit TAAF after having surgery to remove an AVM. She’s now raised $3600 and sales are still going strong!
Currently, there is no early detection screening protocol for those patients most at risk for having a brain aneurysm. Brainogram’s goal is to learn more and establish an early detection protocol which can be used worldwide.
- Burgundy Butterfly
Hand-crafted by an AVM survivor, all proceeds from these beautiful, beaded AVM awareness and Green Butterfly bracelets go to the Aneurysm and AVM Foundation, and the AVM Survivors Network/Bens Friends Patient Communities.
- Burgundy for Life
Online shop for AVM & Aneurysm Awareness, filled with hand-designed products such as awareness stickers and silicon bracelets.
- Good Wishes Scarves
Their mission is simple: to provide free of charge, one beautiful It’s a Wrap© or Good Wishes Scarf to anyone experiencing the thinning or loss of hair as a result of illness or treatment.
- Lion Snaps
“Lion Snaps were created to remind us that others have bigger struggles than we do. Just the simple task of walking can be a daily challenge for some. All money raised will go to The AVM Surviors Network and Ben’s Friends Network.”
- No Strain on the Vein Foundation
No Strain on the Vein.com is a community of individuals, family and friends affected by arteriovenous malformations (AVM), aneurysms and cavernous malformation.
- Strokes of Hope
Joann found she can paint after her second stroke left her disabled. She sells her paintings and donate a portion to where she got her service dog (canine companions for independence).
- The Butterfly AVM Charity
A charity website which aims to raise funds for research, raise awareness about AVM, offer support for families and patients, and offer a comprehensive list of treatment centers and specialists (UK).