The MILO Gladstein foundation 7095 Hollywood Blvd., #583 Los Angeles, CA 90028 www.bloomssyndrome.org firstname.lastname@example.org Lauri and Richard Gladstein established the Milo Gladstein Foundation for Bloom’s Syndrome in 2004 shortly after their son Milo was diagnosed with the disorder. The foundation’s goal is to fund research aimed at finding a treatment for the disease.
Canavan Foundation 450 West End Avenue, #10C New York, NY 10024 (212) 873-4640 (877) 4-CANAVAN Fax: 212-873-7892 www.canavanfoundation.org email@example.com This volunteer nonprofit foundation’s goals are to support research and to educate the medical community and at-risk populations.
The Canavan Research Foundation Fieldstone Plaza 88 Route 37 New Fairfield, CT 06812 (203) 746-2436 Fax: (203) 746-3205 www.canavan.org firstname.lastname@example.org A nonprofit organization founded by the parents of afflicted children, the Canavan Research Foundation is devoted to funding research directed toward the cure and treatment of Canavan and other childhood genetic brain diseases.
United Leukodystrophy Foundation 2304 Highland Drive Sycamore, IL 60178 (800) 728-5483 Fax: (815) 895-2432 www.ulf.org email@example.com A group that works to increase public awareness about leukodystrophy and other white-matter disorders, including Canavan disease, as well as to provide support services to those with the disease and their families, such as information and assistance in finding sources of medical care, social services and referrals to genetic counseling facilities.
Dystonia Medical Research Foundation 1 East Wacker Drive, Suite 2430 Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 755-0198 (800) 361-8061 Fax: (312) 803-0138 www.dystonia-foundation.org firstname.lastname@example.org A foundation that seeks to advance research into the causes of and treatments for dystonia, build awareness in the medical and lay communities, as well as sponsor patient and family support groups and programs.
Bachman-Strauss Dystonia & Parkinson Foundation Mount Sinai Medical Center 1 Gustave L. Levy Place Box 1490 New York, NY 10029 (212) 241-5614 Fax: (212) 987-0662 www.dystonia-parkinsons.edu Bachmann.Strauss@mssm.edu A foundation that funds scientific research to find better treatments and cures for the movement disorders dystonia and Parkinson’s disease. It also provides medical and patient education.
Dysautonomia Foundation 315 West 39th Street, Suite 701 New York, NY 10018 (212) 279-1066 Fax: 212-279-2066 www.familialdysautonomia.org email@example.com This is a nonprofit, voluntary organization founded in 1951 by parents of afflicted children. It is headquartered in New York City, with 14 chapters in the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Israel, and provides information on request.
Familial Dysautonomia Hope 1170 Green Knolls Drive Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 (847) 913-0455 www.fdhope.org firstname.lastname@example.org FD Hope is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to expand and accelerate scientific research that will find a cure for FD. Programs include grants for medical research, awareness and public education and, within the medical community, support for FD families, promotion of carrier screening and advocacy.
National Dysautonomia Research Foundation P.O. Box 301 Red Wing, MN 55066 (651) 267-0525 Fax: (651) 267-0524 www.ndrf.org A nonprofit foundation established to help those afflicted with any of the various forms of dysautonomia. It provides a support network for afflicted individuals and family members by offering information on the varied forms of the disease as well as by Eroviding contacts to other organizations that may be of assistance.
Fanconi Anemia Research Fund 1801 Willamette Street, Suite 200 Eugene, OR 97401 (541) 687-4658 (800) 828-4891 Fax: 541-687-0548 www.fanconi.org email@example.com A family-driven fund that helps support research on this underdiagnosed blood disorder. It also supports an international network for education, support and help, and publishes newsletters.
National Gaucher Foundation 61 General Early Drive Harper’s Ferry, WV 25425 (800) 925-8885 Fax: (304) 725-6429 www.gaucherdisease.org firstname.lastname@example.org This is a nonprofit organization supporting research and development for treatments and for a potential cure. Their many programs include a medical hotline, two care programs to help pay for insurance, education resources, symposia and local chapters.
ML4 Foundation (Mucolipidosis IV) 719 East 17th Street Brooklyn, NY 11230 (718) 434-5067 www.ml4.org email@example.com A nonprofit organization for parents and professionals committed to raising funds for ML4 research. The foundation also provides a support network for parents and siblings of affected children.
National Niemann-Pick Foundation 415 Madison Avenue, Suite B P.O. Box 49 Ft. Atkinson, WI 53538 (877) 287-3672 (920) 563-0930 Fax: (920) 563-0931 www.nnpdf.org nnpdf @idcnet.com An international, voluntary, nonprofit organization made up of parents and medical and educational professionals. It promotes research, provides medical and educational information to assist in diagnosis, and offers families referrals, support and genetic counseling.
National Tay-Sachs and Allied Diseases Association 2001 Beacon St., Suite 204 Brighton, MA 02135 (617) 277-4463 Fax: (617) 277-0134 www.ntsad.org firstname.lastname@example.org A private, nonprofit voluntary health organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of Tay-Sachs in all its forms as well as many other related genetic disorders. Programs include public and professional education, research, carrier screening, individual and family services, a peer support network, an international laboratory quality control program and advocacy.
Center for Jewish Genetic Diseases Mount Sinai School of Medicine 1 Gustave L. Levy Place, Box 1497 New York, NY 10029 (212) 659-6774 (Main) (212) 241-6947 (Consultation/Screening) Fax: (212) 659-6780 www.nfjgd.org The world’s first center devoted to the study of diseases predominant among Ashkenazic Jews. The center’s mission is to improve the diagnosis and treatment, as well as the counseling of patients and their families suffering from Jewish genetic diseases, and to conduct intensive research to combat these diseases.