Born: Sat., Oct. 13, 2012 Died: Sat., Apr. 18, 2015 A precious angel returned to live with his Heavenly Father on April 18, 2015. Zac fought a courageous battle against GM1 Gangliosidosis. Zac was born on October 13, 2012 to Brett
Dr. Martin of Auburn University and Christine Waggoner, the president and executive director of the Cure GM1 Foundation are pictured. We recently received updates on the progress of the GM1 gene therapy research. All of us are extremely eager to
The determination letter arrived! It’s official and we will now be making the necessary updates to the site and to our campaigns to accept donations directly now that we have tax exempt status! For those of you
GM1 Gangliosidosis is not specific to a particular race, region, class, gender, or age group. While GM1 is considered a rare disease, it’s prevalence is likely underestimated. Some children may never properly be diagnosed, tragically perishing before the age of
After an amazing few months of raising nearly $500K for GM1 research, we’ve decided to create an official 501(c)(3) nonprofit here in California. This foundation is entirely dedicated to a cure for GM1 Gangliosidosis, a rare and always fatal disease
The combination of art and charity resulted in an amazing fundraising event for a wonderful cause! In a single evening, the Sweet Iris Art Auction of over 175 works of art resulted in more than $100K being contributed directly to
We are extremely excited to announce that Gloria Chien, an amazing and extremely accomplished pianist will be performing this summer in a benefit concert for our foundation at a private residence in Palo Alto. The event will be RSVP only.