National Vitiligo Bond Inc Foundation

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Vitiligo Bond’s Connect and Respect Vitiligo Awareness Project

Vitiligo Bond started this project in 2014 in response to our youth with vitiligo being bullied.  We connected with the Georgia school system and created information for the employees so that they can be aware and educate their students about vitiligo. This ongoing project will be in the 14 plus states that we have proclamations in to… Read More

Vitiligo Documentary

If you are in Atlanta, and would like to be part of our “Vitiligo Documentary” send an email with your contact to In the subject line add “Vitiligo Documentary”. We hope to be visiting other states and countries. Featured in photo our lovely Bianca Rosamarie Schönhofer!

NIAMS Coalition 2015 Outreach & Education Meeting

Featured in photo is Dr. Stephen I. Katz, M.D. Ph.D., Director, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) and Vitiligo Bond’s Vice President, Dr. Strong collaborating and influencing change in healthcare and vitiligo. To find out more about Dr. Strong click on link below “Dr. Strong”. Dr. Strong For more information about outreach event click on… Read More

Thank you to our longtime sponsors & donors!

  If you will like to be a donor or sponsor of our vitiligo awareness campaigns, feel free to visit and click on our donate page.  Thanks for your support!  

A Mother’s Love

Be Encouraged & Inspired! ~Nehemiah 8:10 “The joy of the Lord is my strength” We love our members! This is a special post to a mother and daughter who goes far and beyond! Special thank you to Mr. Justin Hall at Executive Grind and Mr. Will Starrks at Lyarks Films. Special thanks to Coolibar for sun… Read More

Vitiligo Bond is a proud member of #GAGIVESDAY

Our lives have all been touched by a nonprofit, whether it’s the hospital we were born in, the schools that educate us, the parks and arts we enjoy or the animal shelter where we found our best friend. You can make your community a safer, happier and better place to live by visiting and… Read More

Shining A Light On Veterans Living With Vitiligo

A Heartfelt Thank You to Veterans who Protect and Serve our Country! How does stress and anxiety affect you? Meet Jacqueline who is a veteran living with Vitiligo. Hear how Vitiligo has presented as a result of stress, anxiety, and trauma.   This gives an insight into how the body can choose to handle stress and… Read More

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