Posts Tagged ‘volunteer’

Volunteer Spotlight – Donna Martin

              September 2020 The CHARGE Syndrome Foundation is pleased to announce that Donna Martin, chair of our Scientific Advisory Board and mother of an adult with CHARGE, is the new chair of the University of Michigan’s Department of Pediatrics. Read more at this link. In addition, Donna has been […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: CHARGEing Through The Years: How My Challenges Helped Me Find My Calling

By Aubrey Williams I was born into the CHARGE syndrome world on October 19, 1998 in Kansas City, Missouri. I was born with breathing complications, inability to swallow, and profound deafness in one ear. I wasn’t expected to live long because I was fighting so hard to breathe.  In fact, it was my father who […]

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Volunteer Spotlight Archive

Archive Meet the Winner: CHARGE Recognition Award – Institute on Movement Studies for Individuals with Visual Impairment or Deafblindness (IMSVI) Meet the Winner: CHARGE Recognition Award – Jodie Beavers Meet the Winner: Stars-In-CHARGE – Joanne Lent Meet the Winner: CHARGE Recognition Award – Laurie Suter Meet the Winner: CHARGE Recognition Award – Megan Cote Meet […]

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Volunteer

The CHARGE Foundation is a volunteer-driven organization. All of our advisors and board serve without compensation. The Foundation relies upon families and professionals to volunteer in all aspects of our programs. There is a volunteer role for everyone. Whether you’re interested in meeting new people, trying new challenges, or sharing your existing skills and experience, there […]

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More Ways to Help

CHARGE is an incredibly complex syndrome that involves numerous medical, educational, developmental, social and behavioral issues. As a result, there are many different ways to help the Foundation and individuals with CHARGE address these challenges. The information we obtain from professionals and families can be passed onto others by becoming a state liaison, making provider […]

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