10-year-old Terrace Park student raises money for Edmonds-based MS Helping Hands

Haley Rundorff with her Aunt, Elaine Ponton, presenting the $362 check to Bill Brayer of MSHH.

Haley Rundorff, a 10-year-old student at Terrace Park School, had a mission. Her aunt, Elaine Ponton, has multiple sclerosis, so Haley decided to support her by making and selling earrings to raise money to benefit others with MS.

Haley collected $362 from her jewelry sales and presented a cashier’s check in the amount of $362 to Bill Brayer, president of MS Helping Hands, at the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce Networking Breakfast on Wednesday.

According to Brayer. 100 percent of the $362 donation will be used to help provide financial assistance grants to people with MS who live in Washington state. MSHH has awarded over $300,000 in financial assistance grants since the assistance program began.

If you would like to donate to the MSHH financial assistance fund, send your donation to MSHH, Financial Assistance Fund, 9792 Edmonds Way #229, Edmonds, WA 98020.

11 Replies to “10-year-old Terrace Park student raises money for Edmonds-based MS Helping Hands”

  1. What a wonderful and thoughtful young lady. MSHH is very proud to have been a recipient of her efforts to help people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Bill Brayer (58+ years with MS) President – MS Helping Hands-MSHH


  2. Haley,
    We are so proud of you. You are amazingly giving, thoughtful and SO smart. I’m privileged to know you. You are a very special young lady. Love you!
    Jeni, Brian, Ethan and mini Yo-Yo 🙂


  3. Good job Haley! : – ) Haley is a school friend not just a friend but a best friend she is a outstanding, and caring girl.


  4. Haley,

    Once again you impress us with your thoughtfulness and compassion for your family and for your community. Your generous gift will make a difference in the lives of those that need it the most. We are so very proud of all of your accomplishments. We love you.
    Mary, Dennis Shannon & Jenica


  5. This is wonderful Haley! Your altruistic efforts set such a great example for kids in your community. I try to instill those values in the 4th grade students I teach, and you are taking a leadership role at a young age. Keep up the great work! Your parent’s friend, Keith


  6. It’s obvious Haley is the caring, giving person she is because of a loving and supportive family who have encouraged her. We are fortunate to have you as part of our community. Good job Haley! Blessings to you all.


  7. Anyone who wants to join Haley’s cause can also make a donation to MSHH at 9792 Edmonds Way #229, Edmonds, WA 98020 and your donation (100%) will also go to provide financial assistance to people with Multiple Sclerosis who reside in the State of Washington. -Bill Brayer, President – MSHH


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