Extending a Warm Welcome to our New Non-Profit Partners

New Non-Profit PartnersWelcome to our new partners!  Op4G looks forward to providing excellent service and support as we raise money to benefit their mission.

Neurofibromatosis Midwest
is dedicated to the increasing number of men, women and children challenged by neurofibromatosis. They work tirelessly to educate, comfort, improve clinical care and fund research for treatments and a cure. Their Non-Profit staff and volunteers include people with a personal interest in NF, with real experience and a determination and motivation to use precious funds in an efficient manner. Neurofibromatosis (NF) is a complex, often devastating set of genetic disorders with possible complications throughout the entire body that may also hold the genetic mystery to a host of other human ailments. Affecting approximately 1 in 2,500 people or 2 million people worldwide, it appears equally in all races, ethnic groups and both sexes.

Help the Neurofibromatosis Midwest Organization

We also welcome the United Way of York County! Established in 1986, their organization works to advance the common good of everyone in York County by focusing on the unique characteristics of their community and by strengthening programs focused on Education, Income and Health. By galvanizing individuals and organizations to act, while mobilizing resources, expertise and funding, United Way of York County creates opportunities for residents through lifelong learning, financial stability and healthy foundations for life.

Please support United Way York County

To learn more about how the United Way of York County has earned the reputation as a trusted convener and partner with a broad, long term view and countywide perspective, check out their Community Partnerships page.

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