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Jeff Smith hosts 8th annual Races for Faces

Special thank you to Channel 7 Eyewitness News meteorologist, Jeff Smith, for hosting our 8th Annual Races for Faces on Saturday, September 26th, where close to 400 individuals came together virtually to celebrate differences, promote acceptance and bring awareness to the craniofacial community. Thanks to your generosity, we raised more

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Races for Faces 2020

Contact: Stephanie Paul Phone: 917-922-5421 Email: Stephanie@myFace.org www.myFace.org Click here to download this press release as a PDF. NEW YORK, NY, September 22, 2020 – myFace, a leading nonprofit focused on providing comprehensive care, education, and information to help people with craniofacial differences lead full and productive lives, will host

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Summer 2020 Newsletter

You can download  a digital version of our summer newsletter here.  Thank you for bringing Alonso’s smile to life. Alonso is the youngest of a loving, close knit family of 5 who came to the US from the Dominican Republic in 2015 when he was just a baby. Born with

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Families in Crisis Need Your Help Today.

With the world turned upside down in just a few weeks, I need to ask you for your support. Many of the myFace craniofacial families have been hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis and are experiencing tremendous financial stress. Some have recently lost their jobs. Two-thirds of the families we

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2nd Annual myFace Talent Show Brings the House Down!

On Sunday, March 1st, myFace hosted its 2nd Annual Talent Show – this year at Merkin Concert Hall in NYC. This show, made possible in part by generous support from The Warner Fund, provided a wonderful opportunity for a dozen of our myFace Stars – all impacted by craniofacial challenges

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Kyle's Story - Rare Disease Day

Kyle’s Story

As told by Betsy, Kyles’s Mom: “Our son has a rare condition (we don’t like to use the word “disease”) called Nablus Syndrome. It is a micro deletion of the chromosome at 8q22 and is characterized as a mask-like facial appearance along with other distinct malformations of the body. As

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