On this day, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Easel Art Supply, children from Irwin Academic Center in Charlotte, NC, Autism teachers at Coral Cove Elementary School, and staff at Riverside Paper Co., joined forces with MPS SuperHero Foundation in wearing purple to show their Courage; and bring out awareness of the disease called Hunter Syndrome (MPS II) that is affecting the lives of these precious children who so deservingly have the right to grow up and enjoy life.
In honor of National Hunter Syndrome day, Kalel, Michael and Emma celebrated their strength in superhero fashion.read more
MPS awareness from one of our supporters Easel Art supply North Miami Beach...read more
When MPS affects a member of your family everyone is affected. They want to grow up with their cousins they want to continue playing and having fun. Please help us save our baby and our entire family. Please post your pictures wearing purple to show your support and...read more
Organized by the Mia Avellan, classmates of Irwin Academic center in Charlotte, North Carolina showed their support on MPS Awareness Day by wearing the color purple. Mia is the cousin of Kalel, one of our SuperHeroes fighting against this rare disease. She is doing...read more
Thank you to the Riverside Paper Co. for participating on MPS Awareness Day! Thank you so much for having the COURAGE it takes to help us raise awareness and funds to save our baby. Your support means more than you can imagine and we are forever grateful. And thanks...read more
On May 15 th , three Autism Teachers from Coral Cove Elementary School (left to right, Chelsea Colwell, Tara LaFrance and Jeannie Roldan-Verges) are shown here supporting the fight against MPS II and spreading awareness by wearing their MPS Super Hero shirts....read more