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15:15 for PWS RESEARCH

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Donate $15 to PWS research and then find 15 people to do the same. PLEASE SEND THIS LINK TO 15 FRIENDS.


Each year we raise PWS awareness during the month of May, culminating in Go Orange for PWS day at the end of the month.

In 2015, a special 15:15 fundraising event is being held. Prader-Willi Syndrome is the result of an abnormality on chromosome 15. Therefore, we ask you to donate $15 to PWS research and ask 15 friends to do the same!

The PWSA (NZ) will forward all proceeds to the Foundation for Prader-Willi Research PWS research programme.

With your help, we hope some of the challenges of PWS can be eliminated.

What is PWS? Please read a general overview here:

For more information about 15:15 or the Go Orange awareness campaign, please see

To join the Go Orange Facebook event:

To check out the Go Orange Instagram page:

About us

PWSA(NZ) aims to enhance the lives of New Zealanders living with PWS and their families by providing advocacy, education and support services. We strive to improve standards of care, treatment and support for all people living with PWS.

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This campaign started on 1 May 2015 and ended on 1 Jun 2015.