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Cardio-Facio-Cutaneous Syndrome International
Cardio-Facio-Cutaneous Syndrome International
Vestal, NY

Cardio-Facio-Cutaneous Syndrome International serves families who have children born with the very rare Cardio-Facio-Cutaneous syndrome. The families are from all regions of the world. CFC International hosts conferences in the USA every 2 years. They provide newsletters and critical care guides to the families, their schools and their child's doctors. CFC International supports a website and private Facebook site for the families. In addition they work to raise funds in support of research on this rare and complex condition.

Their Mission:
To improve the quality of life through family support, research, and education

Their Vision:
Advance understanding and treatment of CFC syndrome.

Their Goals:

  • Provide support to people affected by CFC syndrome through outreach, education and information sharing.
  • Ensure that physicians have ready access to the latest information to enable accurate diagnosis and proper symptom treatment.
  • Maintain a registry of CFC individuals.
  • Foster and facilitate research on CFC syndrome including development of appropriate treatments.
  • Maintain a broad base of funds needed to accomplish their mission and goals.
  • Provide sustainability of the organization through continuity and growth.
  • Provide sustainability of the organization through continuity and growth.


To learn more about the services this organization provides, log on to their website:
www.cfcsyndrome.org





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Girls Rule Foundation
Girls Rule Foundation
Phoenix, AZ

Girls Rule Foundation is a leader in empowerment, leadership and educational workshops and programs for girls ages 12-18. Girls Rule! is a nonprofit that helps girls build leadership, self confidence and bright futures through educational programs. They have a passion to serve, empower and educate EVERY girl because EVERY girl matters.

The five programs Offered by Girls Rule Foundation are:

  • Dream Big Workshop - A free workshop focusing on leadership, dreams & self-esteem.
  • Brilliant Beautiful & Bold Workshop - A free workshop focusing on building self-esteem & self-confidence
  • dreamLAB Afterschool Club - This a a peer-led after-school club that focuses on how to follow your dreams, leadership techniques and how teamwork can make for success.
  • 7 Day Summer Camp - A 7 Day overnight camp focusing on leadership skills, entrepreneurship and STEM.
  • Shine Brightly Summit - 1 Day mother/daughter event designed specifically for teen girls and the moms (or women/guardians) who support them.


For more information please, log on to their website:
www.girlsrulefoundation.org




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Kids On The Move
Kids On The Move
Orem, UT

Kids On The Move (KOTM) provides services for families who have children with disabilities or developmental delays. Their mission is to empower those families, one kid at a time. For 30 years, KOTM has strengthening more than 2,000 families per year to help them deal effectively with their children's developmental difficulties.

Kids On The Move's mission is to support the development of young children, through Early Intervention, Early Head Start, the KOTM Autism Center, and KOTM Respite Care.

The Early Intervention program provides services to children under age three who have developmental delays or disabilities. Their team provides information and training for parents to engage their children with healthy, beneficial activities in the home, in the community and at their center.

The Early Head Start program serves low-income families and expectant mothers that are in need of parenting support by promoting healthy family functioning and literacy, and nurturing parent-child interaction. By creating a positive model, families learn to track their children's development and gain self-sufficiency.

The Autism Center addresses the needs of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and similar disorders from age three and up. The program, based on ABA best practices, is individualized for each child and is a lower cost option for parents seeking additional services.

The Respite Care program provides temporary care of children with special needs, providing a short period of rest or relief to their usual caregivers.

For more information, log on to their website:
www.kotm.org



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Michigan Pet Fund Alliance
Michigan Pet Fund Alliance
Bloomfield Hills, MI

Michigan Pet Fund Alliance (MPFA) is an all-volunteer nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax exempt charitable organization. MPFA was formed to end the killing of healthy and treatable homeless cats and dogs in Michigan animal shelters. The MPFA vision is to collaborate with Michigan animal shelters and rescue organizations to achieve No Kill through training, technical assistance, education, and advocacy.

For more information, log on to their website:
www.michiganpetfund.org

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