We are a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring awareness about the affects of vitiligo. Vitiligo is a misunderstood skin disorder. We empower, inspire, and mentor youth and adults, through advocacy, education, self-esteem makeovers, entrepreneurship, support group start-up, social media celebration, social events and much more. By clicking on the link below you will be… Read More
We wanted to say thank you as we kick-off our (#GAGivesDay on #GivingTuesday) first annual 5K Vitiligo Toucan Fun Walk/Run. We are so grateful this year for our super advocates like Perry (Vitiligo Man of Action) Nicklya (KKutieStar), Tionta, Monyuette (VitChick), Justin(Grindpreneur) Oscar(Differ), Que, Vitiligo Queen, Nicole, Jamillia, Fanie, Maime, Jackie, Parentha, Jhori, Christina, Karl (CoachDunbar), Tammi… Read More
Georgia Gives Day on #GivingTuesday is November 28th 2017! Help make Georgia’s biggest day of giving even bigger: Show your love on November 28th by giving to National Vitiligo Bond Inc Foundation aka Vitiligo Bond Inc (VBI)! By contributing a little, together we can do a lot to further our mission. … Read More
National Vitiligo Bond Inc Foundation will be at Congressman David Scott’s 13th Annual Health Fair Saturday, August 19 at 9 AM – 2 PM Mundy’s Mill High School 9652 Fayetteville Rd, Jonesboro, Georgia 30238. If you are one of our donors or sponsors and will like to be involved contact email@example.com Thanks… Read More
Ms. Walker was one of our advocates who decided to take it to another level in her state. Ms. Walker consulted and worked with CEO, Mrs. McCarthy remotely to get her group started in her state of Mississippi. Ms. Walker is amazing and passionate about shining a light for people in Mississippi living with vitiligo.
Mrs. Yarborough was one of our advocates who decided to take it to another level in her state of Virginia. Ms.Yarborough consulted and worked with CEO, Mrs. McCarthy remotely to get her group started in her state of Virginia. Ms. Yarborough planned her first meet and greet. Thank you to the sponsors who helped Mrs. Yarborough with… Read More