The Williams Syndrome Foundation was extremely sorry to hear that our patron, Sir George Cooper, died last week at the age of 94.
Sir George and Lady Cooper founded the WSF 40 years ago and worked tirelessly to engage research into WS and to provide help and support to WS families.
We owe them a huge debt of gratitude.

HOW WE CAN HELP

 

Help and Support 

The WSF is on hand to offer help and support to families, carers and people with WS.

 

Holidays

The Foundation offers funding for holidays for WS adults and families every year.

 

 

Fundraising 

However you choose to fundraise, we are here to help and support you every step of the way. 

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Mathew Baynton sets out to raise awareness of Williams Syndrome.

Latest News

The latest news from the Williams Syndrome Foundation

 

‘Talk To Me’ Winter issue is out now! 

‘Talk To Me’ The WSF’s bi-annual magazine is available to all members now. If you are a member and haven’t received your copy, please email enquiries@williams-syndrome.org.uk 

 

 

Join our Trustees!

We are looking for talented Trustees to join our committed Management Team. Click here to view our current vacancies.

 

 

Christmas Cards!  

Sending WSF Christmas cards is a great way to show your friends and family that you support the WSF this Christmas.

You can view our wonderful collection of cards here. 

#Repost Wow! What can we say? We cannot thank @poweredbycadburys enough for taking on and completing this immense challenge, raising awareness of WS and funds for the @wsf_uk. Time to put your feet up Chris! 
#12in12wsf • • • • • •
Way back in January I set out to run 12 marathons in 12 months for Williams Syndrome Foundation. 10 marathons, 2 Ultra marathons and a total of 336 miles ‘raced’ I’ve completed it!! I’m touched by all the support and the generous donations made. For those that were waiting for me to finish here’s the link 😉
www.justgiving.com/fundraising/12in12forwsf
#12in12wsf
@WSF_UK
@WilliamsSyndromeFoundationUK
#williamssyndrome
#shareyourheart

Finally I have to say thank you to everyone that’s encouraged, supported, ran with me and been part of this years journey. 
Grace Holly and Ben for giving me the time to do it and being the best cheerleaders! 
The amazing Geoff at Run Worthing for the beat shoe advice. Alexandra for the tough love Pilates classes, they’ve made such a difference. James Stewart at Contours sports therapy for keeping me injury free. Jane for introducing me to the crazy but totally inspirational crowd that is Henfield Joggers in the 1st place. Andrew Hollebone for ‘accidentally’ getting me marathon fit last year, Rich Weatherly and Nikki Manners for being great running buddies. Simon, Jenny, Michael and Lisa for coming out to support. Caroline for designing my running shirt and the team at pinnacleUK.com for the printing. Finally to my amazing friends from Henfield Joggers who’ve kept me company, turned up to support and generally motivated and encouraged me all year long. Too many to list but special mentions must go to Katie, Daren, Colin, Pugs, Ross, Paul, Caz, Justin, Mark, Andy, Patty Lesley. Thank you guys 😊🍻
#Repost Wow! What can we say? We cannot thank @poweredbycadburys enough for taking on and completing this immense challenge, raising awareness of WS and funds for the @wsf_uk. Time to put your feet up Chris! #12in12wsf • • • • • • Way back in January I set out to run 12 marathons in 12 months for Williams Syndrome Foundation. 10 marathons, 2 Ultra marathons and a total of 336 miles ‘raced’ I’ve completed it!! I’m touched by all the support and the generous donations made. For those that were waiting for me to finish here’s the link 😉 www.justgiving.com/fundraising/12in12forwsf #12in12wsf @WSF_UK @WilliamsSyndromeFoundationUK #williamssyndrome #shareyourheart Finally I have to say thank you to everyone that’s encouraged, supported, ran with me and been part of this years journey. Grace Holly and Ben for giving me the time to do it and being the best cheerleaders! The amazing Geoff at Run Worthing for the beat shoe advice. Alexandra for the tough love Pilates classes, they’ve made such a difference. James Stewart at Contours sports therapy for keeping me injury free. Jane for introducing me to the crazy but totally inspirational crowd that is Henfield Joggers in the 1st place. Andrew Hollebone for ‘accidentally’ getting me marathon fit last year, Rich Weatherly and Nikki Manners for being great running buddies. Simon, Jenny, Michael and Lisa for coming out to support. Caroline for designing my running shirt and the team at pinnacleUK.com for the printing. Finally to my amazing friends from Henfield Joggers who’ve kept me company, turned up to support and generally motivated and encouraged me all year long. Too many to list but special mentions must go to Katie, Daren, Colin, Pugs, Ross, Paul, Caz, Justin, Mark, Andy, Patty Lesley. Thank you guys 😊🍻

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