A Better World for People with CHARGE Syndrome
2014 Pilot Grants
The Foundation is pleased to announce the awarding of the 2014 pilot grant recipients. The successful applicants are:
- Dr. Conny van Ravenswaaij-Arts
- Allison Bardin, Ph.D.
- Fumiaki Imamura, Ph. D.
- Dr. Ruchi Bajpai
Their projects will examine various aspects of the CHD7 gene and neurological functioning and cerebellar anomalies found in CHARGE syndrome.
Donations & Fundraising
Help the Foundation by making a tax-deductible contribution to the CHARGE Syndrome Foundation. Click the donate online button below to donate using a major credit card. If you prefer to mail your contribution, use this form.
Or consider holding a fundraiser to raise money for the Foundation. Click here for a list of several ways to put the FUN in fundraising.
During this season of giving, we are so grateful to all of our donors, fundraisers and members, who sustain and inspire us every day.
2015 Silent Auction
One of the fun conference traditions is our Saturday evening fundraiser. For next year's conference, we are looking for donations of items and for assistance with soliciting donated items. Help make our silent auction a huge success. Check the link for more info on how you can help!
Sponsors Exhibitors and Advertisers
There are many sponsorship, exhibitor and advertising opportunities available for the 2015 conference, taking place next summer in Chicago. Please visit our conference page to learn more and also to read about our new sponsor & advertsing referral incentive program.
The CHARGE Syndrome Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Your donations help fund research, publications, educational programs, the biennial conference and family outreach. For more information, please contact our fundraising committee.
Learn more about our special Charge It for CHARGE Fundraiser. You can donate or become a fundraiser to help!
International CHARGESyndrome Conference
The 12th International CHARGE Syndrome will take place on July 30-Aug. 2, 2015 in Chicago. For more information, visit our 2015 conference page.
See you in Chicago!