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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Health

Mission: To raise awareness and research funds for Rett Syndrome, a severe neurological disorder that primarily affects girls.

Programs: Through outreach, we provided essential awareness and education about rett syndrome as well as supported families who have a child with rett syndrome.

a portion of funds were granted to the rett syndrome research trust and other organizations that are seeking a cure for rett syndrome.

Community Stories

109 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

GP2C has been a part of our life since my granddaughter's diagnosis in 2014. They have been an outstanding resource for family support and educational material/tools. My granddaughter (who is non-verbal) has advanced significantly with the help of GP2C-Rett University courses and direct interactions with Rett U instructors. GP2C-Rett University personnel have also been invaluable advocates in her educational curriculum, assisting our family with school/teacher interactions and establishing educational plans and approaches. The entire GP2C organization has embraced my granddaughter and our extended family, and we are deeply appreciative of the love and support they have shown! We have also been active participants in GP2C fundraising efforts, and hold in high regard all of the tireless staff and volunteers who strive daily to advance the mission of the organization in the fight against Rett Syndrome.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Our life changed dramatically after we learned of our little angel's diagnosis of Rett Syndrome. We frankly didn't know where or who to turn to in order to not only find comfort in a Rett community, but also find an avenue through which we could dedicate ourselves to finding a cure. GP2C has been all that and more! GP2C's laser focus on channeling as much charity as possible to funding key research efforts and their campaigns to educate and raise awareness of this horrible disease is extremely important to us. Thank you for doing what you do!!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I don't know what we'd do without all the amazing people at GP2C! I actually have a couple I call all the time! GP2C is the most awesome organization I've got to work with. They have been amazing when it comes to my niece, Quinn, who has Rett Syndrome, and I know that our family could never have planned and had such a successful fundraiser the past 2 years! Our 3rd Annual Racing For Rett is June 3rd of this year, and without the support of GP2C, I don't think we wouldn't gotten through the first one! I love every single of of the people that work at GP2C, and I'm so lucky to get to volunteer and help out when I can!
I truly believe that with GP2C we will find a CURE for Rett Syndrome!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Girl Power 2 Cure is amazing! The ladies we worked with, Amei & LeNora, went above and beyond any amount of help that I have ever experienced before with anything. If I had a random question, one of them was always responding to my emails, texts, or voicemails SO FAST! I LOVED working with this nonprofit and am super excited about our 5K next year!!

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GP2C Team 07/06/2015

Thank you for being part of our movement and for sharing your experience. GP2C appreciates your support!

Melissa320

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

The passion and commitment to Girl Power 2 Cure is inspiring and an incredible resource for families in helping to find support, guidance and ways to help achieve a cure. It's a way to empower all of us in helping to make a difference, in big and small ways, in the lives of those with Rhett Syndrome.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Everyone in this organization is amazing to work with. Their dedication, passion and drive to spread awareness and raise funds for research make me proud to be a volunteer with them.I was first introduced to Girl Power 2 Cure (GP2C) by a friend who has a daughter with Rett Syndrome. Since becoming involved with Girl Power 2 Cure I have been thoroughly impressed with what they do for girls with Rett Syndrome. Last year I ran the Disney Princess Half Marathon with Team GP2C and I will continually support, donate, volunteer in any way I can and charity run with them.

Kim_235

Volunteer

Rating: 5

My daughter and I have enjoyed volunteering with GP2C for several years! We have helped with fundraisers, buttons for races and thank you cards. It has been a wonderful experience for us! The idea that a cure is in sight, is so profound! There is real progress all the time. We feel we are watching a miracle happen and that is worth every minute it takes to get there!

Donor

Rating: 4

I am a loyal donor to Girl Power To Cure at the most basic level because I believe in the cause and support the organization's insatiable drive to support research that will find a cure.

But as a professional working in organizational development, I am most impressed by the way Girl Power 2 Cure has responded to the need to give Rett children powerful access to learning and experiences long held unattainable.
Girl Power 2 Cure stays on the cutting edge. This is what makes the charity unique and outstanding.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

GP2C is one of my favorite nonprofit organizations. I have the opportunity to volunteer a couple time a month & I absolutely love it! They are some amazing people!!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

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.

Kelly202

Volunteer

Rating: 5

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