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Cruise for Adults with Moebius syndrome
 Seas the Day! A Carnival Cruise for Adults with Moebius  You asked, and we listened! There have been many requests for more social opportunities specifically for adults with Moebius syndrome, and the Moebius Syndrome Foundation is pleased to announce that we are planning a cruise just for you. This exclusive cruise offers a fantastic opportunity...
Educational Scholarship Apply Now
The 2024 Educational Scholarship Application is now open! Individuals with Moebius syndrome planning to attend college, technical, or trade school within the next year are eligible to apply. Applicants must be residents of the United States.  The Moebius Syndrome Foundation will award several scholarships of up to $3,000 each.  Read more on our College Scholarships...
The 2024 Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day (MSAD) press release is now available to view.
Various shirts, sweatshirts, tote bag, mug, and gift card are shown with various Moebius Syndrome Foundation logos and slogans. Text: Holiday Gift Guide. Moebius Syndrome Foundation logo.
The holiday and awareness seasons will be upon us before we know it! Consider giving the gift of new official Moebius Syndrome Foundation apparel and gear to a loved one, or yourself! This is a great way to spread awareness about Moebius syndrome. All proceeds go towards supporting our mission and helping us continue our...
Images of the old website and the new website with the text "We have a new look!"
You’re in the right place! The Moebius Syndrome Foundation has launched a new website. We greatly thank our volunteers for the time and effort it took to design, build, and create the website. More than 250 volunteer hours were spent on the creation of the new website. The Moebius Syndrome Foundation would like to thank...
When to disclose facial differences
The Moebius Syndrome Foundation funded research into when and how someone should disclose a facial difference. The research, led by Dr. Kathleen Bogart, revealed that most individuals with facial differences opted to disclose their condition to others. More than half of participants disclosed their facial difference on the job. Personal disclosure resulted in more positive...
The Washington Family Magazine recently interviewed Jacob Licht and Rebecca Maher, members of the Moebius Syndrome Foundation Executive Committee, and wrote an article entitled Smiling on the Inside: Living with Moebius Syndrome. You can read the full article here.
The Moebius Syndrome Foundation has been awarded the 2021 Platinum Seal, which shows the highest level of transparency and integrity in a non-profit. You can see our updated non-profit profile on Candid at: here.
The Moebius Syndrome Foundation has once again joined with the Many Faces of Moebius Syndrome, along with Face Equality International, and Children’s Craniofacial Association, in issuing a combined press release to raise awareness in the media about Moebius Syndrome Awareness Day in 2022.  Press Release
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