Histio Hike Shenandoah is celebrating 11 years! We invite you to join us to celebrate our amazing Histio Warriors and Honorees and their supportive families and friends in beautiful Shenandoah National Park. We are proud to share in a decade of supporting the Histiocytosis Association’s mission of education and research through Histio Hike Shenandoah. Through the generosity of our hikers and their friends and family, we have raised a cumulative total of over $686,000 in donations! Won't you join us this year and help us celebrate 11 amazing years?
Ryan, Tracy, and Ian Brown
We are excited to announce the NEW Histiocytosis Association Histio Warrior Scholarship sponsored by Histio Hike Shenandoah!
Education is very near and dear to our hearts. So, in this 11th year of Histio Hike Shenandoah, the Brown family is excited to announce that 10% of the Histio Hike proceeds received by April 24, 2020 will fund a dedicated Histio Warrior college scholarship to be awarded in 2020 through the Histiocytosis Association Student Scholarship Program!
As a special incentive, the Hike Team with the highest fundraising total at the start of the hike will have the honor of naming awarding this specific scholarship after in honor of their Team’s Histio Warrior for 2020.
Based on the average funds raised through previous Histio Hikes, this special Histio Warrior scholarship could be $5,000 or more – but it will only be possible with YOUR help!! What a difference this could make in the upcoming academic year for one of our Histio Community families! Learn more about this opportunity and other scholarships offered by the Histiocytosis Association here.
Did you miss a year of the hike? Wear out your favorite hike shirt? Want another pin for your collection? We’re pleased to announce that Histio Hike shirts and gear are now available for sale! Plus, you can pick up your order at the hike! Use promo code 20SHENANDOAH to waive shipping fees and pick up your items in person the weekend of April 24 and 25. Shop now!
Please note: the fundraising thermometers track both donations and registration fees. Registration fees are used to cover a portion of the costs of running Histio Hike Shenandoah. The remaining costs are donated by the event hosts. One-hundred percent of donations go to the Histiocytosis Association in support of its mission and programs.