We are so happy to be a part of the Mattel/Barbie Collaboration. Because of the collaborations Vitiligo Bond received 300 d0lls and gifted 150 dolls to the AVRF. If you are a member who will like a doll, email Vitiligo Bond at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on Instagram @VitiligoBond or www.facebook.com/vitiligobondinc. Follow us on Instagram to… Read More
National Vitiligo Bond Inc., Foundation aka Vitiligo Bond is a nonprofit organization based in Atlanta, Georgia. The organization hosts its annual makeover event for overcomers living and accepting vitiligo. Members of the organization were paired with make-up artist that did their make-up. Women were then styled by Macy’s stylist to show case new summer fashion collection.… Read More
KK’s Mom reached out to us when her daughter was being bullied in school at the age of nine. At #VitiligoBond we put together programs to help build KK’s confidence and her self-esteem. During one of our yearly photo shoots a local Georgia agency stumbled on our social media page and saw KK. Agency wanted… Read More
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
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.