A Rare Sibling Project for Day of Hope
Skylar Benson was only seven years old when her younger sister, Miss Elliott passed away from Tay-Sachs disease. Ever since Miss Elliott’s diagnosis, Skylar has been a member of NTSAD; attending the Annual Family Conference each year, participating in the youth group, and serving as a mentor to other rare siblings. Now age sixteen and a junior in high school, Skylar is participating in her first ever solo Day of Hope event. Skylar has designed and crafted an NTSAD charm bracelet to raise both awareness and funds for NTSAD’s families. Skylar intends to study genetics in college and plans to become a geneticist, a path she was led to due to her sister’s battle with Tay-Sachs and her desire to help other families facing a similar diagnoses.
Bracelet Pricing: 1 for $15, 2 for $24, 3 for $30, 4 for $40, 5 for $50, or donate more for the cause if you'd like!
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