RARE on the Road 2021

Since 2017, Global Genes and the EveryLife Foundation have partnered to host RARE on the Road events around the country, developing the next generation of advocacy leaders. In 2021,  we are hosting one virtual event as well as three live events for RARE on the Road.

With feedback from the community, we designed a unique experience that will empower attendees to build their skill set, enhance their knowledge, engage in advocacy, and network with their local rare disease community.

These events are geared toward rare disease community members who want to tell their rare disease story, make an impact in the lives of others, and connect locally with fellow rare disease community members.

2021 Save-the-Dates!

March 23, 2021 (11:00am-1:30pm ET): Virtual Webinar

May 1, 2021: Las Vegas Live Event

May 15, 2021: Miami Live Event

May 22, 2021: Chicago Live Event

2021 Registration will open in February 2021. Stay tuned!

In the meantime, watch the 2020 RARE on the Road webinar on-demand!

Important Links:

Thank you to our 2020 RARE on the Road sponsors.

Platinum Level Sponsors

Gold Level Sponsors


Orchard Therapeutics


Silver Level Sponsors







Bronze Level Sponsors






Recordati Rare Diseases


For information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact:

Elissa TaylorEtaylor@everylifefoundation.org

Ted Brasfieldtbrasfield@everylifefoundation.org

Kathy O’Connor – kathyo@globalgenes.org

About the EveryLife Foundation for Rare Diseases

The EveryLife Foundation for Rare Diseases is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to accelerating biotech innovation for rare disease treatments through science-driven public policy. We can do more with the science we already have and bring life-saving treatments to millions of people suffering from rare diseases.

About Global Genes

At Global Genes®, we believe that together we can do more to tackle the challenges of rare disease. We educate, equip, and empower the global community with tools and resources to influence change. We connect rare disease patients, advocates and rare disease experts to help eliminate the challenges of rare disease.