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My name is Dr. Dan Henry and I started the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation in honor of my daughter, Danielle. When she was very young…about five years old, she started having migraines. Read more…

Danielle was my sister. She was three years younger than me and we were very close growing up. We played a lot of sports and she was very talented athletically and academically. Read more…

On January 7, 2012, I woke up with a migraine. I took some medicine, went back to bed and I woke up with that same migraine and I’ve had it ever since then, I’ve had a daily, consistent headache. Read more…

Migraine Again, a wellness website dedicated to migraine, has included the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation in three articles posted by Angie Glaser:

REMARKABLE ADVOCATES ON A MISSION FOR SOMEONE THEY LOVE
The true impact of Migraine disease cannot be portrayed with statistics or facts. You can try to explain Migraine to someone until you are blue in the face, but it takes witnessing or experiencing Migraine first-hand to truly “get it.” And, the millions with Migraine are not the only ones whose lives are significantly affected – Migraine is a disease that affects the entire family. Read more…

THESE ADVOCATES ARE BRINGING MIGRAINE OUT OF THE SHADOWS
How many times has your Migraine disease been described as headache? The millions of us worldwide with Migraine experience harmful misunderstanding like this time and time again. Misunderstanding and stigma make everything more difficult – including relationships, work, and access to healthcare (or a cure). Read more…

JOIN US IN THE FIGHT AGAINST STIGMA FOR MIGRAINE AWARENESS MONTH
The 37 million Americans living with with Migraine are some of the toughest and most incredible individuals. Since our battle is largely invisible, though, our strength is not always apparent to those around us, which leads to pervasive Migraine stigma at work and in relationships. Migraine stigma creates a vicious cycle: stigma makes people with Migraine less likely to talk about their experiences, and silence, in turn, feeds stigma. Read more…

Dan C. Henry, M.D., Director of the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation and Elizabeth Henry Weyher, the Director of Communications join KUTV’s Casey Scott and Kari Hawker-Diaz on Fresh Living to discuss the work the Foundation is doing to increase understanding and funding for migraine disease, as well as the second annual “Shine Her Light” fundraiser, June 16th at the Gallivan Center.

Dan C. Henry, M.D., Director of the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation and Elizabeth Henry Weyher, the Director of Communications join KTVX’s Ali Monsen to discuss migraine disease and the work the Foundation is doing to help those who suffer from it. The Foundation is hosting its second annual “Shine Her Light” fundraiser, June 16th at the Gallivan Center.

A moving article about Danielle by Dr. Lynn Webster, a friend of the Henry family. Dr. Webster has dedicated more than three decades to becoming an expert in the field of pain management. He is the vice president of Scientific Affairs of PRA Health Sciences and past president of the American Academy of Pain Medicine.

The June 2017 Issue of Salt Magazine features the Henry family and their work to raise awareness of migraine disease through the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation.

Dan C. Henry, M.D., Director of the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation, and Elizabeth Henry Weyher, Director of Communications, join Fox 13’s Dave Nemeth on The Place to explain the difference between a headache and a migraine, and discuss the Foundation’s upcoming “Shine Her Light” fundraiser, June 16th at the Gallivan Center.

Dan C. Henry, M.D., Director of the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation joins KUED TV’s Mary Dickson to discuss the foundation and their upcoming “Shine Her Light” fundraiser. The fundraiser will raise awareness of migraine disease and help those who suffer from it.  The fundraiser will be June 16th at the Gallivan Center.

A wonderful article by Natalie Mollinet of the Sugar House City Journal about how the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation is helping to increase public awareness of migraine disease and headache disorder, and its impact on patients, their families and society.

The Headache School is supported in part by the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation and the Headache Outreach Program at the University of Utah Department of Neurology.

The school offers weekly educational and therapeutic sessions with experts at no cost. Visit their website for the latest schedule.

Mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation Shine Her Light Fundraiser

Date / Location:
Friday, June 16, 2017 6-10 p.m.

Gallivan Center
239 South Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Dan C. Henry, M.D., Director of the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation and Elizabeth Henry Weyher, the Director of Communications join Midday on KTVX with Nicea DeGering to discuss migraine disease and the impact it has on those who suffer from it. The Foundation is working to build a comprehensive migraine treatment center in Salt Lake City and will be hosting a fundraiser on June 10th.

Interview on KUTV with Dr. Dan C. Henry about migraine disease and the establishment of the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation.

A wonderful article by Christine Young at Intermountain Catholic newspaper about migraine disease and the establishment of the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation.

June 10th 2016 Fundraiser

Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation June 2016 Fundraiser

The Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation held our first fundraiser on June 10, 2016, featuring the musical reunion of the Saliva Sisters and the Disgusting Brothers. Over 400 people attended, and thanks to your generosity, we raised almost $70,000 in addition to a $50,000 match from an anonymous donor.

Love Utah Give Utah

Thank you for your generous support during our Love Utah Give Utah campaign. Together we raised $21,370! We are humbled and encouraged by your love and support. Thank you for helping us “Shine Her Light” on this disease.

Contact Information

385.212.4419

The Community Foundation of Utah
Attn: Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation
2257 South 1100 East Suite 205
Salt Lake City, UT 84106

© 2017 Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation, a donor advised fund of The Community Foundation of Utah