Supporting Charity

Supporting Charity

Posted by Brian Taylor | 08/08/2019

Williams Syndrome is a randomly occurring genetic disorder which affects approximately 1 in 18,000 people in the UK. It causes physical, cardiac, and mental health problems, sensory, behavioural, social and processing issues and learning disabilities.

The Williams Syndrome Foundation is a national charity which offers emotional and practical support for individuals and families with Williams Syndrome; from their child’s diagnosis, during challenging times, through the education system and beyond. It relies almost entirely on voluntary donations and thanks to its generous supporters, it helps improve the lives of people with Williams Syndrome and their families across the UK.

Life & Progress Charity Donation:

If you would like to support the work of the Foundation by making a donation, you can do so via their PayPal Giving page:

To learn more about Williams Syndrome and support the work of the Williams Syndrome Foundation, visit:


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