Gwyneth Paltrow, Channing Tatum Show Support to Find Cure for Rare Brain Disease
You, too, can join celebs in supporting producer Gordon Gray's charity campaign to find a cure for Batten disease, a rare brain condition that his two daughters, 20-month-old Gwenyth and 4-year-old Charlotte, have been diagnosed with. Here's how you can help.
If you've been following your favorite celebs — Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba, Channing Tatum, Amanda Seyfried, Julianne Moore, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Christina Aguilera, to name a few — on social media lately, you've probably noticed that they've all recently posted about their support to find a cure for Batten disease, a rare brain disorder suffered by so few that research to find a cure has been minimal.
Hollywood has come together to rally for film producer Gordon Gray and wife Kristen Gray's charity, The Charlotte and Gwenyth Gray Foundation, which was founded to raise money to fund medical research to save his daughters, 20-month-old Gwenyth and 4-year-old Charlotte, who both have b been diagnosed with the fatal genetically inherited disorder. And now, you can be part of the cause, too.
The Charlotte and Gwenyth Gray Foundation has partnered with IfOnly, an online marketplace that donates a portion of its sales to charities, to offer once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Among the unique opportunities being offered are two tickets to the Ted 2 premiere and afterparty in New York as well as a photo op with Amanda Seyfried; and a hockey stick autographed by the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks.
For more info, visit the foundation's IfOnly page here.