Sunday, April 3, 2022
12 Noon – 2pm
Kenter Canyon Elementary School
645 N. Kenter Avenue – Los Angeles, CA
My name is Quinn Pruitt and I am 12 years old. Since 2017, I have been raising money to find a cure for my twin sister Emma who has Angelman syndrome and all the other angels.
I invite any siblings or friends of someone with AS, to join me in holding a cocoa stand in honor of someone with AS.
Together we can find a cure for AS while spreading kindness!
2021 | $29,870 Raised
2020 | $47,564 Raised
2019 | $47,826 Raised
2018 | $80,846 Raised
2017 | $29,870 Raised
How To Support
- DONATE NOW to buy a virtual cup of cocoa.
- Text Cocoa to 44321 to donate.
- Hold your own virtual cocoa stand! See some tips and how-tos.
All support goes directly towards therapeutics and helping other families through the Angelman Syndrome Foundation’s family support programs.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Click for more background about Angelman syndrome and Angelman syndrome research, which is progressing faster than ever towards a cure:
- 1965 – Dr. Harry Angelman first identifies Angelman syndrome
- 1997 – The cause of Angelman syndrome, a missing or improperly functioning UBE3A gene on Chromosome 15, is discovered
- 2007 – Angelman syndrome is cured in lab mice
- October 2012 – Emma diagnosed with Angelman syndrome and THERE ARE NO COMPANIES WITH DRUGS / THERAPEUTICS FOR AS
- 2017 – First Angelman syndrome therapeutic enters clinical testing on adolescents
- Today, there are more than 21 drug companies (from start-ups to established) focused on delivering a therapeutic / cure for Angelman syndrome. Scientists believe that a cure for Angelman syndrome will lead to significant breakthroughs for more well-known disorders like Autism, ALS and Parkinson’s.