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As of June 30, 2016 the CTSF received $35,115 in donations; earned $25,865 in interest, and issued $214,340 in research grants!! Since our creation in June 2007 the CTSF has raised $3,940,271 while incurring $357,244 in expenses (9.1% of revenue) and issued $2,036,972 in research grants!! We have no paid employees or consultants - over 98% of expenses are related to fundraising events and credit card clearing fees. There is HOPE in your HELP!!!

The Video that started it all - Dakota's Dream 2007

 

Click play to view DAKOTA'S DREAM video

Our Mission

The Cure Tay-Sachs Foundation is dedicated to funding the on-going research needed to find treatments and a cure for Tay-Sachs Disease.

Once the cure for Tay-Sachs has been found - and we will find it! - we will dedicate our efforts to promoting carrier-testing and Tay-Sachs awareness initiatives.

To begin the journey into Tay-Sachs Awareness, click here.

Video, Artwork, Book, Press Release & Audio !
Tay-Sachs book written as part of Gold Star Award for Girl Scouts by Katelyn Foy Tay-Sachs Disease What It Is All About.

Tay-Sachs Awareness Video - see Dakota and her friends Tay-Sachs Pretty Girl Portraits Video by Eric Fier.

President Bush offers his greeting and appreciation for our efforts - see message

Click Here to view letter from VP Joe Biden supporting Pins for Kids!!

Have you seen the CTSF Race Car or RV or Tire Cover?

Cure Tay-Sachs Foundation Billboards Ryan Babo, Conner Hopf, Dakota Bihn and Elise Rochman.

"One in a Million"

Have you ever heard the expression "One in a million?" I am sure most everyone has. I'd like to try and explain what One In A Million means to me.

 

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