Team Happy New Year

Thank you for visiting the Team Happy New Year page! Our team is named for the happy and very lucky new year we experienced 25 years ago. Toward the end of an uneventful pregnancy, Sharon wasn't feeling well, not well at all. She and Alan went to the hospital and were told she had preeclampsia and that she would have a baby today. Neither of us had ever heard of preeclampsia, but we soon learned that it is a leading cause of maternal and infant death. We were very fortunate that we delivered a healthy baby girl with no lasting effects on Alanna or Sharon. Many families are not so lucky. We are committed to doing all that we can to support the Preeclampsia Foundation to accomplish their mission to create more happy birthdays by increasing awareness and supporting research that leads to healthy pregnancies and deliveries. 

We hope you will join us in this effort! Here's what you can do.

Just click the "Join Our Team" button and register! Registration to attend the Promise Walk is free to all participants. The walk also includes an auction, snacks and activities for children.

All who register as team members--whether you walk or not--are invited to Team Happy New Year's first birthday party at Alan and Sharon's home on Friday, June 1. It is sure to include good food, good wine, great people and, of course, birthday cake. Details about the dinner will be sent to all who sign up to be a member of Team Happy New Year.

We are excited to be part of "making strides and delivering hope" for families affected by preeclampsia, HELLP syndrome and other hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.

Our team is grateful for your donations and for your help in spreading the word. 

Want to join our team to make strides? 

Click the "Join Our Team" button!

Funds raised: $890 of $2,750
40 percent raised



Thank you donors
Bonnie Piceu : $200
Dave Tozer : $40
Lise Newman : $100
Alanna Hoffman : $50
Alan Hoffman : $250
Sharon Hoffman : $250

The Preeclampsia Foundation would like to thank its generous National Sponsors: