The EveryLife Foundation and Global Genes are excited to partner for RARE on the Road, a Rare Disease Leadership Tour to bring critical education and insights to rare disease patients, caregivers and other advocates. We are uniting to build and activate the rare disease community at the local level. Whether you’re new to the rare disease community or a “seasoned veteran” this workshop will benefit you!
Three tour dates and locations available. REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
A limited number of $150 travel stipends are available for rare disease patients and caregivers who otherwise would not be able to attend. Applications are due one month before each event, and recipients will be notified within a week of the deadline. Apply now!
Top four reasons why you should attend RARE on the Road:
LEARN more about your role and where your experience and knowledge can help patients and the rare disease community at large.
RECOGNIZE the immense impact public policy can make – become aware of legislation that can vastly improve the lives of rare disease patients.
CONNECT and collaborate with other rare disease patients and organizations – gain insights from others.
DISCOVER how to reach your ideal audience, position yourself as an expert, drive traffic to your site, and get your audience engaged through social media
Registration is only $25 and includes breakfast, lunch, and a tour t-shirt!
We hope to see you on tour!
RARE on the Road 2018 is made possible through the generous support of sponsors.
Bronze Level Sponsors
Hope Level Sponsors
For information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact:
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
Global Genes® is one of the leading rare disease patient advocacy organizations in the world. The non-profit organization seeks to eliminate the challenges of rare disease by building awareness, educating the global community, and providing critical connections and resources that equip advocates to become activists for their disease.