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Welcome to the Walking With Giants Foundation

We are a voluntary non-profit making registered charity (Reg No 1123246), set up to support and enrich the lives of individuals and families from the UK and around the world who are affected by the following Microcephalic Primordial Dwarfism subtypes:

  • PD Non Specific
  • Ligase IV
  • Meier Gorlin Syndrome
  • MOPDI/III
  • MOPDII
  • Seckel Syndrome

We provide support and encouragement to these individuals and their families in any way which is charitable in accordance with the law in England and Wales.

In addition to the above, we endeavour to eliminate all the stigma, mystery and any discrimination towards the disorder by promoting a positive attitude via this site, educational events and TV programs throughout the United Kingdom and the rest of the world.

The Walking with Giants is not Government Funded, we rely on public donations to help us achieve our aims and objectives.

If you would like to make an online donation via "Just Giving" please use the button below:

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