FRAXA is a truly remarkable organization with only one goal in their mission statement: to find a cure for the genetic disorder, Fragile X. Presented with a zero public recognition factor on day one, the dedicated founders and staff at FRAXA have moved the Fragile X conversation forward. America can boast a National Fragile X Recognition Day due to this group. As the parent of a Fragile X young man, I know that my contribution to FRAXA makes a difference. Why? Because contributions fund research grants, not administrative costs. Medical, genetic, and pharmaceutical researchers around the world are working toward a cure. My son will be 26 years old in 2 days. Go FRAXA! You are doing the impossible, and everyday we thank you for the cure that is coming.
I've worked at FRAXA since Feb. 2017 and can attest that this is an amazing organization. Katie and Mike have been so dedicated since 1994 to the mission to find effective treatments and ultimately a cure for fragile X. I am so impressed with their continued commitment to funding important research. As the only nonprofit organization that is directly funding research, FRAXA plays an important role. FRAXA has a world class scientific advisory board and strong governance by its board of directors. Having worked at other nonprofits, I am also impressed by how efficient FRAXA is in terms of keeping costs down so as much support as possible can go to research. I'm proud to be a part of FRAXA.
Growing up with a sister diagnosed with Fragile X at birth, FRAXA quickly became something my family heavily relied on and turned to for hope. FRAXA Research Foundation is compromised of some of the most invested individuals who tirelessly work to advance research efforts and generate widespread awareness. Because of their commitments, FRAXA has and will continue to better the lives of those in the fragile X community, like my family, through diligent efforts ultimately aimed at finding effective treatments and a cure. I am forever grateful for the work FRAXA has done and its immense success in the non-profit world.
This is a great organization and I am so happy there is work being done that is focused on research. I am very excited about the strides that have been made and I am looking forward to the future.
This is a wonderful organization that is truly making a difference for so many people. They are focused on research and finding a cure to improve the lives of those who are affected by Fragile X. As someone with a family member who has Fragile X, it is exciting to see progress being made.
FRAXA is a great organization for my nephew with Fragile X. It's been a wonderful journey to help such a great team make a difference. With all the research activity driven by FRAXA, there will one day be a cure and FRAXA is making it happen. Great job and hats off to the FRAXA Team!
Working with FRAXA for the last 10 years has been a great experience as Katie's team stays laser focused on those affected with Fragile X. Running an annual FRAXA golf tournament takes a solid commitment from an entire team of volunteers, donors, players, sponsors and most of all the support of the nonprofit. FRAXA's continuous support has really helped my nephew grow from a boy to being THE MAN! And that sense of accomplishment resonates throughout the entire organization. Thank you FRAXA!
Our son Preston has FX. FRAXA has been so supportive since we first connected with them over a decade ago.
We now raise money for this charity is it continues to drive towards a cure for Fragile X Syndrome.
Thanks so much to Katie, Michael and team!
FRAXA is a very highly rated nonprofit that is very efficient and keeps costs down. I am proud to help this organization as a volunteer at many different events.
Thank you Mike and Katie for your tireless efforts on behalf of the fragile X community. We appreciate the hard work helping our families. We will continue to support FRAXA until there is a cure.
I began volunteering at FRAXA back in October 2017. I knew nothing of fragile X at the time, but Katie and Dave's reputations well preceded them. I wanted to be a part of their dedication, their passion, and their unwavering will to succeed. Being a part of this movement has been nothing less than inspiring. The FRAXA Research Foundation aggressively pursues all channels in hopes of uniting a community and enabling them with the hope that a cure is on the horizon.
FRAXA is a great organization. It is hope for all of us who have family and loved ones affected by Fragile X. FRAXA will get us to the cure for it. The team is dedicated, determined, knowledgeable, capable--cannot speak highly enough of it.
FRAXA has been on the forefront of research to find a cure for Fragile X for over a decade at this point. The organization's dedication to funding the most promising research and focus on what is likely to yield results near term has brought a cure within reach. In addition, FRAXA has been very careful with donors' funds, spending very little on ongoing operations and passing on the vast majority of the donations to funding research.
FRAXA Research Foundation is a great organization dedicated to their mission of finding effective treatments and, ultimately, a cure for fragile X syndrome. Having two boys with fragile X I am extremely grateful how hard everyone involved with this organization works. They do an amazing job of selecting the projects and research teams that can make an impact.
No single nonprofit organization is doing more to fund research for curing Fragile-X Syndrome than FRAXA. As a parent of a son with this disease, FRAXA continues to give me the hope I need not just for my son, but for the many families struggling on a daily basis with the many challenges of living with and supporting affected individuals.
I defy anyone to find a nonprofit this focused on finding a cure for Fragile X Syndrome, and hopefully Autism too! FRAXA is deeply rooted in funding research that is going to someday get this job done.
I am a FRAXA Research Foundation donor (and friend of a family with a son with fragile X). I am so impressed with the dedication of the staff and the board of directors of this organization. The foundation was started by parents of children with fragile X and they continue to be dedicated to finding treatments and a cure by supporting research. I also read about the board of directors and learned that they do a lot to raise money for the foundation. I really like this level of commitment to the cause. The fragile X community is lucky to have FRAXA because they are the only nonprofit that is directly funding research, which is important to me. And they are a very efficient charity.
Happy National Fragile X Awareness Day! Dear FRAXA Team: You are truly dedicated, trailblazers, cutting edge researchers, wonderful and inspiring people, loving parents - changing lives and making the world a better place. Thank you Katie and Mike and everybody involved in running FRAXA for being so welcoming and running FRAXA so professionally as a global organization. You are stars! Go FRAXA
FRAXA is a fantastic organization that I have been fortunate enough to be associated with over the past 21 years. Since 1997, I have helped manage and operate an annual event (http://www.patrickspals3on3.org/) to raise money for Fragile X Research, and to help find a cure. I am honored to be associated with the fabulous Katie Clapp, as well as so many other incredibly dedicated people involved with running FRAXA.
I have worked with the FRAXA Research Foundation for the past 20 years and am constantly amazed at what this group has, and continues to accomplish. It is an honor and a privilege to be associated with Katie Clapp and the FRAXA Research Foundation. We're going to find a cure, soon!
Both of my children have fragile X syndrome and the hope that FRAXA gives us with their dedication to researching a cure cannot be measured!
We have been involved with the FRAXA Research Foundation for the past 10 years, helping to raise money for them through our charity golf tournament. We have raised almost $150,000 over those 10 years and we know that a very high percentage of that money is going to research to help find a cure for Fragile X Syndrome. Our son Preston has Fragile X Syndrome so it has been a labor of love to help FRAXA. Katie, Marna, Dave and team are totally focused on raising money to fund researchers that are driving towards a cure for Fragile X Syndrome.
Thank you all so much for everything you are doing to move this research forward.
Pete, Dawn and Preston Hall
FRAXA does an amazing job putting the resources necessary in the hands of researchers and other companies associated with finding a cure for Fragile X. They have my utmost confidence that the support that we try to provide is put to great use. Thanks FRAXA for all of the work you do for a cause incredibly important.
This foundation has provided on going support and help throughout our Fragile X journey! We have been inspired by their genuine effort towards finding a cure and helping families like ours that battle Fragile X every single day.
We are The Pierces from Boston, MA and in the past 18 months have learned that both of our beautiful little boys, Graham and Reid, have Fragile X Syndrome. Within days of learning of this diagnosis, FRAXA had reached out to us to provide their support and a shoulder to cry on. Their support and knowledge about the positives and the challenges of what we were about to embark upon got us through a dark time. They are an organization that is cutting edge and are doing unbelievable research worldwide. We are so lucky they are located locally in Massachusetts. They are a passionate organization led by two incredible parents who have dedicated their lives to helping not only their own children but countless others. They run the organization will little expense and give parents an opportunity to use their skills to help them in their overall goals. I am happy to say we are part of the FRAXA family and have a high vested interest in making sure they are successful as our boys lives depend on it. It Takes a Village
"Father of 17 years old kid affected by FXS.
Finding a way to cure a rare and devastating disease : Fragile X Syndrome
It's the uncommon challenge of FRAXA.
Only few years ago, this syndrome wasn't known nor studied.
Do remember that all started with the discovery of a gene in 1991, than the replication of the disease, mouse model in 1994, than new knowledges about FXS and with clinical trials to modify the disease.
Since more than 2 decades, FRAXA inspires all scientists to develop new works and to conduct new studies about FXS. Every year, FRAXA is on track with only regard on its own target, encouraging worldwide all scientists to work more harder, and more smarter, to find the clues so that the adverse effects of the disease can be countered.
Until today no central nervous illness has been cured. By Gods grace and FRAXA, FXS might be one of the first ones.
FRAXA demonstrates that a dream, a cure, might in a near future become true.
FRAXA is an excellent example of the American dream: utopia might become reality.
Those are among many other valuable issues why FRAXA is so special.