Edmund Asiedu's 4th Annual Fundraiser for Hamilton-Madison House
November 3, 2019
Edmund Asiedu was born and raised in Ghana and relocated to the United States in 2010. He was attacked by the Polio virus at the age of two which resulted in his disability. Edmund Asiedu had to overcome his physical disability so he wants to fundraise to help the people HMH serve to overcome their mental disabilities. Edmund never let his disability stop him from attending college and graduating Cum Laude with honors from Herbert H. Lehman College. This is his 9th year handcycling in the NYC Marathon and his 4th year helping Hamilton-Madison House to raise funds.
REMARK FROM EDMUND ASIEDU:
"Without adequate funding, Hamilton-Madison House will not be able to achieve its mission. That is why I am joining hands with Hamilton-Madison House in order to raise funds to support the organization's programs and projects. Your donation will support programs that promote the advancement and well-being of children, new immigrants, elderly, ill and handicapped, and refugees. Thank you for your donation."
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Hamilton-Madison House holds various fundraising events throughout the year. Your participation in these events is a simple way to support Hamilton-Madison House’s mission.