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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.


VBI’s goal is to raise $10,000. Your gift will support youth and adults in our vitiligo community in our program empowerment initiatives as they create a resilient and vibrant vitiligo community. Be a philanthropist. Help VBI reach this goal!

When you support VBI on GA Gives Day  #GivingTuesday you are…..

Helping VBI continue to be a beacon of hope for our teenage youth like Emily who was bullied and once contemplated suicide.  Emily is one of our online volunteer youth advocates and wanted us to post her photos to show her courage and inspire others in her empowering photo shoot. 

Helping VBI continue educational awareness programs in schools so that youth coping with vitiligo will be nurtured, supported, and prepared to learn instead of being bullied for their vitiligo. Today thanks to Georgia Congressman Hank Johnson we now have Bill 213 introduced into congress for bullying.  No matter where you are and you live with vitiligo you see now in the news everyone stepping up and talking about how they were bullied because of having vitiligo.  Help us to continue to make a difference for the vitiligo community.









Helping VBI continue to create and produce awareness events for our youth and adults to come out and shine with us.


Helping VBI to continue to guide, mentor, coordinate and light a spark for new support groups around the USA. Helping VBI to make the invisible visible!




Helping VBI continue to support members in our community who are in transition and need monetary support.

Helping VBI continue to continue to help raise the self-esteem of our members with our empowerment self-esteem mak eover and fashion photo shoots. In addition to helping our members learn new ways to wear make-up if they want to camouflage their white patches.



Helping VBI engage residents and partners to craft innovative, culturally sound, community-driven education initiatives, building on community assets.








Helping National Vitiligo Bond Inc Foundation (VBI), Georgia continue to be a thriving, vibrant, and diverse community where all residents’ voices are heard and where all community members work together to transform quality of life.

Please consider giving to National Vitiligo Bond Inc Foundation  on November 28th 2017!

Give a Click Today!

VBI relies on the generous support of individuals to make long term investments in the vitiligo community. Give A Click to make a secure and tax deductible gift today

Other Ways to Give

You can also mail your tax-deductible gift to: Vitiligo Bond Inc, PO Box 1541, Red Oak, GA 30272



Natasha Pierre McCarthy is the proud founder of Vitiligo Bond Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support and encouragement to individuals with vitiligo. From a vision through teaching as a Christian business professor, Vitiligo Bond was created. We educate through creative forms to patients and the public. Through vitiligo 101 sessions at Emory University with Dr. Holla, special community events, social media, partner support groups, public figures and state leaders we are able to bond and have available support for anyone suffering with vitiligo. Vitiligo Bond has created a path for vitiligo awareness and positive expression. We now have the following states through Governor Proclamations that recognize vitiligo awareness: {Colorado, Georgia, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, & West Virginia}. In addition, Vitiligo Bond has been recognized by Congressman Hank Johnson. Congressman Johnson was also instrumental in our advocacy efforts to help get special recognition during the month of June from our President Obama to recognize and stand together with people who suffer with vitiligo. I believe that God created us for a purpose and everyone deserves the right to have fullness and a quality life. We all have the ability to shine. Vitiligo Bond Inc. is constantly working to raise awareness of the mysterious illness and use their platform in order to fund research that will hopefully lead to the discovery of the cause and a cure for vitiligo.

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