Million Dollar Bike Ride - NBIA Disorders Fund
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12-year-old twins Betty (l) and Audrey (r) love to sing, dance, and play music together. Betty is dedicated to raising money for Audrey and all the others who are battling BPAN.
Help for those confronted with NBIA Disorders.
Fundraising goal $50,000.00
Recent donations (33 donations)
Name DescendingX Amount
Jim Koch $50.00
Lauren Bleakney $150.00
Ms. Susan B $150.00
Kolodij's
Mitchell Kelling $100.00
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Recent donations
Top donors (33 donations)
Anonymous $13466.09
Anonymous $6865.49
Mary and Ginny $1000.00
Ms. Kristin Backlund $300.00
Maggie and Eric $250.00
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Team NBIA Disorders

Help 5-year-old Quinn and all the others by funding research for treatments and a cure for BPAN.
What is NBIA?
Neurodegeneration with Brain Iron Accumulation (NBIA) is a group of rare, genetic, neurological disorders diagnosed in children, affecting one to three people per million. All those with NBIA disorders deal with progressive movement challenges, most commonly involuntary muscle cramping, called dystonia. This can result in clumsiness, difficulty controlling the body, and speech problems. Most individuals eventually lose their ability to walk, talk, or chew food and become totally dependent on others. Also common is a degeneration of the retina, causing night blindness and a loss of peripheral vision.
BPAN - an NBIA disorder
Beta-propeller Protein-Associated Neurodegeneration (BPAN) is caused by genetic mutations on the X chromosome discovered in 2012. Most of those with BPAN are females. Affected individuals are developmentally delayed during childhood with slow motor and cognitive gains. Most children are described as clumsy with an ataxic gait, unsteady, staggering movements while walking. Seizures are common, as are sleep disorders.
Help the children with BPAN
Quinn and Audrey are but two of the 500 worldwide with BPAN. Their families and doctors are working hard on their behalf. We hope you can join us!
Why do we participate? To find treatments and cures for BPAN
We are working hard for Audrey and Quinn and all the others with this rare disorder to find a cure for BPAN!
  • Donations up to $30,000 will be DOUBLED by Penn Med
  • All monies raised will go to BPAN research!
  • 100% of your donation is tax-deductible as allowed by law
  • Rare Diseases impact more people than AIDS and cancer combined!
  • Virtual Ride - anyone can participate!
Donation messages
Happy July 4th Dylan! --Jim Koch
For Miss Dylan & her amazing Mom & Dad --Ms. Susan B
For Dylan and her amazing family. --Ms. mariette francis
Go Dylan! --Tyler and Darian
Praying for a cure! Love to all --Steve and Jodi Lincourt
$13,466.09 added from all Team NBIA Disorders fundraising pages to show total raised through 6/11/2020. --Ms. Patricia Wood
For Dylan! --Amy Cribbs
I love you my lil nugget 3 --Aunty Matty
For our favorite Scorpion cheerleader! --Gamble Family
Hi Dylan! --The Hayes Girls
In honor of the Talley family for their courage, love, and support they give to their community. --Jennifer Fujikawa
Dylan!! All our love! --Jason & Angela Brumm
Love from PA!!! --Grammy and Papa Lee
For Dylan --Mr. Douglas talley
$6865.49 added from all Team NBIA Disorders fundraising pages to show total raised through 6/5/2020. --Ms. Patricia Wood
In support of our Dancing Diva Dylan! --Maggie and Eric
for dancing Dylan and her doting family --Mary and Ginny
In honour of our Miss Dylan, dancey-toes! --Ms. Kristin Backlund
For Kyki Anastasiades and family, in the hope that progress is made and a cure is found! --Ms. Anastasia Glavas
In honor of our girl Kiki Anastasiadis! --The Mauro Family in honor of Kiki Anastasiadis.
Go Team NBIA Disorders! --Ms. Patricia Wood
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