Founded in 2006, Girl Power 2 Cure is a dedicated and vibrant nonprofit organization leading a movement to end Rett Syndrome, a severe neurological disorder that primarily affects girls but does affect boys as well. We are here to respond to the urgent need for support, education, mainstream awareness and treatments.
For us, change starts with a simple belief - that girls losing the ability to walk, speak or use their hands for a lifetime is unacceptable.
Our inspiration is our flower: always in bloom with hope and positive energy, ready to grow for our cause worldwide.
To empower a movement to see Rett Syndrome become the first curable childhood neurological disorder.
Because they are the heroes, tirelessly caring for their children, sibling and grandchildren. We open our arms to every family and provide them with the resources and support they need to fight for their children and for a cure. From helpful product reviews and hands-on training to fundraising efforts, we walk with them on the journey that many of us have made ourselves.
Because the world needs these children. They are brave, they are bright, and they are amazing. We cannot rest knowing Rett Syndrome is curable. We are determined to see the children and adults who are suffering live better lives. Through a strong partnership with the Rett Syndrome Research Trust, we fund research that is crucial to developing treatments and a cure.
Because change starts with a simple belief - that children losing the ability to walk, speak or use their hands for a lifetime is unacceptable.
Our flower is our guide, our cornerstone, always in bloom with hope and positive energy ready to grow wherever there is inspiration to fight for our cause.
This organization has gone above and beyond what I ever expected an organization to do. It has helped my daughter and my family in so many ways. They are always promoting events and making us feel included and in the loop with events and allowing us to participate in them. So grateful for Girl Power 2 Cure and the blessing it has been in our lives.