Girl Power 2 Cure Inc
Rating: 5 stars 101 101 reviews 5,750
1881 South 14th Street, Suite 1 Amelia Island FL 32034 USA
To raise awareness and research funds for Rett Syndrome, a severe neurological disorder that primarily affects girls.
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I had the opportunity to volunteer for a GP2C fund raiser, it was both informative and rewarding. This is the most amazing charity. I was blessed just to be a part of such awesome group of people. I was humbled to see how hard these girls work to accomplish all they can in a daily basis. I enjoyed every minute I gave to this event. I would encourage anyone who has the time to step out and give of themselves for such worthy cause. I will volunteer more.
GP2C is an awesome organization! My husband and I ran the Princess through GP2C and had the experience of a life time. This all started three years ago meeting Ingrid at the Expo for the Princess weekend. She grabbed my attention and told me about Rett Syndrome and what it does to little ones etc. This year we had the opportunity to run in honor of Lily. She and other girls we met touched our hearts. This coming year my husband and I will be running again for Rett Syndrome and Lily as well! #untilshecan
Girl Power 2 Cure is an amazing organization and has been a HUGE source of information, support and strength for me and my family. They really offer so much to help families: Rett Girl has a huge bank of resources for anything from nutrition to special needs equipment and Rett University has been an absolute saving grace for us since we homeschool our Rett daughter! With the help of Susan Norwell's videos we have been making huge strides in reading and writing! Girl Power even raises research funds for Rett! All of this wrapped in a bright, beautiful flower to symbolize hope! The cheerful and positive attitude Girl Power takes is definitely contagious!
I've helped to organize a run in Tucson, AZ to support GP2C, and it has been an amazing experience.
Girl Power 2 Cure works tirelessly to help the young girls affected and their families. I have had the honor of participating in their events and each person I've met as a part of this wonderful organization has spoken from the heart. They are hard working, caring and determined individuals who make up this fantastic organization. Thank you Girl Power 2 Cure for all you do and all you have accomplished!
GP2C is an amazing organization that does so much for our Rett community! I am a sibling of a woman with Rett syndrome who is 50 years old. GP2C has been so supportive to us and allowed me to find other families and siblings to share with. They are amazing, helpful and passionate!! GP2C is the best!!
My son and I worked with GP2C to raise money and awareness for Rett syndrome through a hike this past year. The GP2C staff was wonderful to work with and they are truly providing a fantastic service to the Rett community!
Thank you for supporting our Rett girls! You are a blessing to the girls and their parents!
We love GP2C! Our Julie Grace, almost 5 yo, has Rett Syndrome. Girl Power 2 Cure has been such a lifeline for support! It has also been such a great resource in recruiting support for awareness and fundraising activities. Our local schools and community geared up to support a local father and son, Hemry and Bemnett Fisher. that hiked the entire Appalachian Trail through for the 2015 Hike for Julie with donations benefitting GP2C and the Suki Foundation. So blessed to be a part of the GP2C community!
To be completely candid, I am a parent of a girl with Rett Syndrome. We were lucky to discover it in 2006, shortly after its founding. What appealed to us most was the total commitment to finding a cure, by funneling its resources to the Rett Syndrome Research Trust. As the years have gone by, the obvious needs for family support, educational resources, and a myriad other concerns of families with Rett Syndrome became quite apparent, and GP2C has begun to diversify the application of its donations to great effect. The most exciting development to come out of this is the partnership with Susan Norwell - quite likely the world's foremost authority on literacy and communication as it applies to Rett Syndrome - and the development of Rett University. All of the people at GP2C are wonderful - caring, helpful, insightful, involved and aware. I can't think of another charity I would ever support more than Girl Power 2 Cure.