Help Honor Super Henry's Lasting Impact on Ole Miss
At just 9 years old, Henry Ullrich has already made a significant impact on the University of Mississippi and its student-athletes that will be felt for years to come. Now, we can all honor this inspiring young Ole Miss Rebel fan and his family by contributing to the Super Henry Endowment Fund for sports nutrition.
In October 2015, Henry was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a genetic disorder characterized by progressive muscle degeneration and weakness. Henry was only 6 years old at the time of his diagnosis.
Since then, he and his family have had to come to terms with the unimaginable: a deadly disease with no known cure. But Henry’s impact on the Ole Miss Family will far exceed anyone’s lifetime as he has been a constant beacon of strength and positivity.
Henry’s introduction to Ole Miss began with an innocent game of catch with Ole Miss Baseball catcher Cooper Johnson in their home state of Illinois. Their friendship spread, first through the baseball players and then beyond. Today, Henry’s connection with the Rebels – and his inspiring spirit – stretches across all sports and all of Rebel Nation.
The Super Henry Endowment Fund aims to pay tribute to Henry’s influence and raise $50,000 to build permanent resources to supply needed nutrition and approved supplements at all Ole Miss Athletics’ fueling stations throughout the department.
Please give to this meaningful effort so that future generations of our student-athletes can pay tribute to one of the biggest Ole Miss Rebel fans of all: Super Henry.
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Social Media Shoutout
Give $50 and get a shoutout from various Ole Miss Athletics social media feeds.
If you give $250 or more, an Ole Miss Rebels coach will send you a personal thank you note for your generosity. Expect a note from Coach Mike Bianco, Coach Matt Luke, Coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin, Coach Kermit Davis or Ross Bjork.