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Upcoming Events

United Way

Valentine's Day Event

February 10, 2018 at North Park, register online on Active.com. Proceeds benefit the "Celebrate Life Campaign

Join us on February 10, 2018 at the North Park Boathouse for the 8th Annual Valentine's Day 5K, 10K & 15K event. Chip timing is provided by Runner's High. Post race activities include: medals, light snacks, and a raffle. Registration can be found on Active.com. Register early to receive your registration gift, as supplies are only guaranteed to the first 300 participants.

Event updates will be posted on the RSG1 Facebook page.

Sponsorship Packages will be available. If you are interested in becoming a vendor at the 8th Annual Valentine's Day Event, please email samra.foundation@gmail.com for details.

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United Way

Casbah Benefit Dinner

May 24, 2018 at 6:00pm

Join us for an elegant dinner at Casbah Mediterranean Kitchen and Wine Bar on May 24, 2018 at 6:00pm. Casbah will be providing a five course meal, wine and service to guests of the RSG1 Foundation. Please make checks payable to the RSG1 Foundation or utilize the DONATE button on our website to make your reservation. The minimum requested donation is $118.00 per individual. A portion of your donation is tax-deductible. (50 person maximum for this event.)

Seven Springs Resort Sporting Clay Event

July 29, 2018

Pull together your foursome or come as an individual and join us on July 29, 2018 at one of the top rated facilities in the country, to help raise money for our Celebrate Life Campaign. Take advantage of the natural beauty of the surrounding Laurel Highlands. This event is great for the novice and competitive shooters of all ages!

Participate in shooting 100 rounds, followed by lunch, prizes for top individual shooter and top team, auction and cash bar.

Sponsorship Packages will be available. (TBA)

Donations for registration can be made payable by check to the RSG1 Foundation or by using the DONATE button on our website.

All checks should be made payable to the RSG1 Foundation for all events. Mail checks to RSG1 Foundation, P.O. Box 396, Ingomar, PA 15127. Email samra.foundation@gmail.com with any questions.

United Way

United Way of Allegheny

Book/Code No: 10231835
RSG1 (Remi Savioz Glut1 Foundation)

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National Rare Disease Awareness Day

National Rare Disease Awareness Day

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Mission Statement

The mission of the RSG1 Foundation is to fund research, awareness, and education, which affect the treatment of brain tumors, cancer, and neurological diseases. We are interested in funding the advancement of novel treatment and therapy approaches as well as investing in progressive alternatives that help save lives. The RSG1 Foundation will continue to strive to develop treatments in order to restore function and quality of life.


RSG1 was originally founded under the name, Remi Savioz Glut1 Foundation. As the mission of the organization has evolved so has the name of the organization in order to include many others.

Student interns are always in need and are greatly appreciated at RSG1!

Contact us at info@rsg1foundation.com if you are interested in getting yourself, your school or your organization more involved with RSG1.

Celebrate Life Campaign

The Celebrate Life Campaign’ will focus on providing local patients and their families’ hands on support while living with their diagnosis. The program was inspired by a local patient and recipient of the foundation Amy W. Sain, a young mother in her thirties with 2 young children who passed away in September 2014.