Our Current Donation: To Cure a Rose
To Cure A Rose
This is Rose McPherson from Austin, Texas. She is a 5 year old girl who is facing a rare genetic disease called, HNRNPH2. There is currently no cure for this disease.
What is HNRNPH2
HNRNPH2 is a rare genetic condition involving a gene on the X chromosome. It encodes the protein HNRNPH2 that helps gene messaging inside the cell, a function fundamental to brain development. Symptoms start soon after birth, and often worsen over time. Children with this disorder experience developmental delays, intellectual disability, autism symptoms, tone abnormalities and seizures. They struggle to connect to their parents and siblings, to attend school, to tolerate sounds and sensations of everyday life. They lack the words to communicate their feelings, and scream without stopping, unable to explain why. Many of these children degenerate over time. Some die young. Their futures are riddled with pain and difficulty.
What is Being Done
Rose's dad, Casey McPherson, decided to take matters into his own hands and do something about it to help his Rose and other children who are battling HNRNPH2. He connected with research scientists who will help him to find a cure for this disease, but just like with everything else, there is a cost to it. The cost for this research is $4 million to fund the ground-breaking work toward a treatment for Rose and other children like her who currently have no hope.
Rosé for Cure is here To Cure A Rose
For the month of April 2021 Rosé for Cure has already collected and donated $3,610.33 towards Rose's cure. We have decided to continue supporting Rose and her family. From now until October 31, 2021 we will donate 10% of our sales towards Rose's Cure.
How Can You Support
1. You can purchase our wine at the top of the page and we will donate 10% of the sales towards Rose's Cure
2. If you would like to support by directly donating, here is the link to Rose's Go Fund Me Page
3. Please share Rose's Story on your social media channels
If you need more information or to follow Rose's journey you can visit the following:
Personal Blog: https://tocurearose.org
Facebook: To Cure A Rose
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Crystal - Washington
Why Rosé For Cure
Every Bottle Gives Back
For every bottle sold, we give back 10% in direct cash to a sick child and their family.
Unconditional Cash Transfers
No percentage cuts or administrative costs means maximum contributions to the child and their family.
We’ve chosen our farmers based on their sustainable farming practices and the unique regions in which they grow their grapes.
Total Funds Donated So Far
We donate funds every six months.