The Cute Syndrome Foundation Is Funding PCDH19 Epilepsy Research Today!
Expanding Our Mission to Fund SCN8A Epilepsy Research Tomorrow!
It wouldn't be surprising if you have never heard of PCDH19 Epilepsy or SCN8A Epilepsy. These rare disorders, which are both caused by genetic mutations, are just in the early stages of being diagnosed and understood. Our team at The Cute Syndrome Foundation is working hard to help bring these disorders into the light, to fund the dedicated and talented researchers working to better understand them, and to support the families who are affected by these disorders.
You are part of that mission--your donations, volunteer time, and social media support are essential to our momentum.
In two years TCSF has made amazing progress with funding PCDH19 research. In under two years we have raised more than $120,000 for PCDH19 Epilepsy research and awareness. Read more about the PCDH19 research we are funding.
We are now announcing a joint campaign with two other SCN8A Epilepsy organizations, Wishes for Elliott and SCN8A-Help Adeline Find Answers, with a goal to fund the most promising SCN8A research proposal coming from the upcoming SCN8A Consensus Conference organized by our partners Wishes for Elliott.
We believe that the best way for rare communities to make progress is to collaborate with other similar organizations--we are strongest when we are united! We are proud members of the SCN8A partnership: SPEAK--SCN8A Partnership for Epilepsy Awareness and Knowledge. We are also proud members of an International PCDH19 partnership.
The Cute Syndrome is registered as a tax-except organization under IRS section 501(c)(3). Our tax identification number is: 46-2699066