On February 28, 2014, the RSG1 Foundation will be celebrating "National Rare Disease Awareness Day" by asking all of our supporters to show how much they care by "wearing jeans" to their work place, social groups or to their schools or favorite hangouts!
RSG1 supports many clients and patients that suffer from different rare diseases. RSG1 was originally founded in 2009, after a young girl by the name of Remi Sophia Savioz was diagnosed with Glucose Transporter Type1 Deficiency Syndrome. Now, RSG1 has evolved into an organization that reaches out to helping many different clients and patients, and continues to flourish in its efforts!
On February 28, 2014 RSG1 will commemorate all of those afflicted with rare diseases, their family members, caregivers and communities at large. Developing new treatments, therapies and educational tools; that assist families and patients- to join together on behalf of our common goals!
Join RSG1 and show that "YOU CARE" by wearing jeans on February 28, 2014 and post your pictures on our Facebook page or email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.