WeHaveAFace.org was created in 2011 to broaden awareness of Huntington's disease via The Huntington's Disease Project documentary.
In March 2011, we built a unique platform to engage the global Huntington's community. Our goal was simple and clear — to produce a comprehensive documentary, which will incorporate the stories and experiences of our fellow peers in the Huntington's disease community. The Huntington's Disease Project documentary is a fully independent, educational movement, which consists of an amazing team of Regional Advocates within the Huntington's community.
The documentary, "The Huntington's Disease Project: Removing the Mask" will show the global audience that there are many different aspects of Huntington's disease. Huntington's disease is not just a physical disease. We have made it clear across various social networks, that Huntington's disease is not a one-size-fits-all disease. The world needs to see exactly what Huntington's disease is, and this film will facilitate that mission through the personal experiences of those interviewed. See the topics which will be discussed within the interviews.
WeHaveAFace.org is not a nonprofit organization, nor are we for-profit. We are a grassroots organization created by individuals directly affected by Huntington's disease.
All individuals (including Regional Advocates) and/or anyone who is associated with WeHaveAFace.org are unpaid volunteers.