1 in 18,000
One in 18,000 people in the UK have Williams Syndrome.
Williams Syndrome is a micro-deletion of genetic material from a specific region of chromosome 7.
1 in 30
Only one in 30 GPs will ever see a patient with Williams Syndrome.
HOW WE CAN HELP
Help and Support
The WSF is on hand to offer help and support to families, carers and people with WS.
The Foundation arranges and subsidises group respite breaks for WS adults and families.
However you choose to fundraise, we are here to help and support you every step of the way.
Mathew Baynton sets out to raise awareness of Williams Syndrome.
The latest news from the Williams Syndrome Foundation
WSF Strategy: An Overview
Our strategy sets out how the WSF will work to ensure we continue to support the care of people with WS and those who love, care for and educate them.
Click here to view our strategy overview
Williams Syndrome Day – 7.11.23
7.11.23 is a once-in-a-century date. 7.11.23 also corresponds to the area of deletion on the #7 chromosome, 7q11.23, that signifies Williams Syndrome! Help spread awareness on this unique day. Click here to visit our page.
WSF Christmas Cards 2023
Our Christmas Card brochure 2023 is available to download now. Cards will be posted from Mid October. ALL proceeds from the sales of the cards go directly to the WSF!
Click here to download our brochure
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