Welcome to Courage Pages!  Creating a Courage Page provides an opportunity for your Family to share your unique story, including pictures, to assist you in raising awareness for MPS and related diseases. This page can be for in Honor or in Memory of someone with MPS or a related disease and can be used for Fundraising. What is important is that you decide!

Our hope is that through Courage Pages, you are enabled to share your rare disease story with loved ones, friends, colleagues, physicians, legislators and anyone that wants to learn more about MPS and related diseases. Your story can include multiple photos and be updated as often by you as often as you like!

This is a terrific platform for raising funds and to tie into a fundraising event, you decide! Families have raised over $100,000 through Courage Pages and allocated the funds as they wanted – whether this is for syndrome specific research, family support or legislative efforts.

Ready to get started?

First begin by registering for your new page!  Register now.

We have created these detailed directions to help you with registering, creating and editing your page. We will do our very best to keep directions updated during software changes.

Already have an account? Log in to the left under Update Page.

Want to visit other Courage Pages?

Please scroll through the list of Families and Friends that have a Courage Page below and click the link to access their page.  These can be viewed in alphabetical order by clicking on the arrows to the right of the Child’s Name header.

If you are interested in building your own webpage for your loved one it is easy!  If you prefer for the Society to build the page for you, please contact us. If you need a form mailed to you please contact Tracy Kirby at [email protected] or call 919.806.0101.

Julia Ann Donahue

Syndrome: MPS IV

To our little Julia, May you never stop fighting and reaching for the stars! You my child are the bravest and strongest little girl I ever met. I know you are capable of greats things. We love you so very much!

Keller Blakeley

Syndrome: MPS IV

Keller is a fun loving two year old little boy that loves his football team the Dallas Cowboys! He enjoys any sport that involves a ball, playing with race cars, and spending time with his sisters. It has been a long and arduous journey to get to a diagnosis, but now we can finally direct all our efforts to finding a cure and advocating for MPS.

Our Mission

The National MPS Society exists to cure, support and advocate for MPS and ML.

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