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Support Individuals with Prader-Willi Syndrome

At Sevenly, we’re looking for WORLD CHANGERS – and we found one in Jacob Haugh.

From a young age, Jacob decided to make it his mission to use his philanthropic spirit to raise funds to support those living with Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS), a genetic disorder affecting appetite, growth, metabolism, cognitive function and behavior. An estimated one in every 12-15,000 people has PWS including Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle’s daughter Maddie. Jacob learned about PWS through the Pirates Charities Wins For Kids initiative, which was started by Clint and his wife Karla and supports the Prader-Willi syndrome program at The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh. Jacob, who has autism, has raised more than $50,000 to date for this cause – with support, encouragement and friendship from Clint along the way! Jacob is showing the world that he cares for things beyond his own personal needs, and is setting an example for all of us.

Make a statement without saying a word. Start your journey to becoming a WORLD CHANGER – support individuals with PWS by wearing your Sevenly shirt, inspired by Jacob Haugh.

Be Part of Something Bigger Support Individuals with Prader-Willi Syndrome

 

Jacob Haugh is a prime example of what happens when someone decides to become a World Changer. Jacob has an amazing story to share and he is using the power of his personal story to inspire others to give to a cause that is dear to his heart, Win for Kids.

This video touched our hearts, we sincerely hope it will touch yours.