Thank you to all of our heroes and supporters who are truly making a difference on behalf of Angelman Syndrome Foundation. Your fundraising and awareness efforts within your communities is truly inspirational and we gratefully and humbly say thank you for all you do on behalf of all individuals with Angelman syndrome and their families. We are always looking for new stories to share, so if you know someone making a difference in the Angelman syndrome community, write us at email@example.com.
Read how our families are joining in the fundraising and awareness effort to make a difference:
- For the Love of Britain
- March 17, 2011
- By Kevin Wick
In this installment of I Make a Difference @ Angelman.org, we are privileged to spotlight the extraordinary work, passion and initiative of a very special teenager, Kennedy Frank. In all respects, Kennedy is just like most teenage girls. In her spare time, she likes hanging out with friends, watching her favorite TV show, (if you guessed Glee, you would be correct!), shopping, and volunteering her time at the Milwaukee County Zoo. But, ask Kennedy what she considers one her greatest joys and you would get a response not typical of most teenage girls—“spending time with my younger brother, Britain.”
- Bankers Insurance Group Banks on ASF
- March 1, 2011
- By Kevin Wick
Angelman Syndrome Foundation recently received a donation in the amount of $7,362 from Bankers Insurance Group that will support and accelerate advancements in AS research. This tremendous gift was made possible through Bankers Insurance Group corporate charity program, Casual for a Cause. Instituted several years ago, Casual for a Cause offers employees of Bankers Insurance Group a vehicle to demonstrate their interest in and support of philanthropic organizations that are helping to make the world a better place.