2018: Kilimanjaro Climb for Usher Syndrome

Conner McKittrick, his dad Todd, brother Cole, doctors and staff who work with Conner, board members, and friends, are busy making plans to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro in 2018. The goal is to promote greater awareness of Usher syndrome.

“This is going to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for all of us,” he says. Conner was diagnosed with Usher syndrome as a child. He will graduate from high school in 2018 with plans to attend college to study genetics.

“Spending this time with the people who have supported and encouraged me these many years – is something I think we’ll all treasure forever,” he adds.

There will be several opportunities to watch the team’s progress via regular video blogs and other social networking updates. The climb is being filmed for a documentary, which will be premiered at an event a few months after it is completed.

If you’re interested in joining us on our journey or want to donate, send an email to info@hearseehope.com.

Classical Hands for a Cure

What: A classical piano concert benefitting Usher Syndrome.

Pianist: Kiera Daley

When: April 13, 2017

Where: The Old Rock Schoolhouse, Valdese, NC

For more information about this event or to learn more about the Daley family, please visit this page.

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Sensation 2017

Thursday, May 11, 2017

5:30-9:00 p.m.

Thanks to everyone who attended our 2017 Sensation Dining in the Dark event. It was a blast! Hosted at the Palace Ballroom, famous venue of renown Seattle Chef Tom Douglas, guests were treated to a five-course wine-paired meal while blindfolded. Sensation is designed to help raise awareness about Usher Syndrome, the leading cause of deafblindness.

Couldn’t attend but still want to donate? Click on the button below!