Seizure-Response Dogs for those with Epilepsy

Apr 29, 2012

Chelsea Hutchison Foundation Update

Chelsea Hutchison Foundation is please to announce that, through GlobalGiving donations and other fundraising methods, we have provided an additional 17 live-saving Emfit movement monitors, for a total of 49 in the past 12 months.  We thank you for your kindness and your support.

Chelsea's Gala, 2012 one week away and with the funds raised there, we will be fulling a minimum of 4 additional seizure dog grants.  We currently have 24 people with applications in to CHF for grants.  Please continue to support us and share our Foundation with others who may be willing to contribute.  If you are interested in registering for and attending the Gala in Castle Rock, CO, you may visit and click on the link in the upper right-hand corner of the home page.  

If you visit our website at, you can see CHF - a year in photos and see some of the beautiful faces you are touching with this project.


Julie Hutchison


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Project Leader

Julie Hutchison

Littleton, CO United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Seizure-Response Dogs for those with Epilepsy