Going the extra mile
When you register for the Wonder Run, you get moving for a good cause. Every entry helps to make a positive change in the lives of children suffering from chronic and life-threatening skin diseases.
Galderma, event founder and maker of Cetaphil®, donates 100% of the registration fees and any incremental donations directly to the Children’s Skin Disease Foundation and Camp Wonder, an annual sleep away camp for children and young adults with skin disease. With your help, we can continue to cover the cost of camp for children suffering from skin disease who could not otherwise attend a summer camp due to physical or even financial reasons.
A Week of Wonder
Each year, children with skin diseases from around the country take a week-long break from being a patient to experience the wonder of just being a kid. Camp Wonder provides a nurturing environment filled with positive energy and acceptance so campers can be comfortable in their skin.
Galderma, Nestlé Skin Health’s medical solutions business, was created in 1981 and is now present in more than 100 countries with an extensive product portfolio to treat a range of dermatological conditions. Galderma is a leader in the research and development of scientifically-defined and medically-proven solutions for the skin. Partnering with healthcare practitioners around the world to meet people’s skin health needs throughout their lifetime, the company contributes to Nestlé Skin Health’s vision to change the way the world thinks about skin health. For more information, visit www.galdermausa.com.
The Family of Cetaphil® Cleansers and Moisturizers is a line of dermatologist-recommended skin care products specially formulated for all skin types and conditions. Cetaphil® products are developed to provide effective, gentle skin care. The Cetaphil® brand began in 1947 when a pharmacist invented what became the iconic Gentle Skin Cleanser. Today, dermatologists, pediatricians, and healthy skin experts trust and recommend Cetaphil® cleansers and moisturizers for all skin types and conditions. For more information, visit www.cetaphil.com or follow at facebook.com/Cetaphil.
About Children’s Skin Disease Foundation (CSDF)
In 1995, an 11 year old girl from California was diagnosed with pemphigus foliaceus, a rare and chronic skin condition causing itchy and painful blisters all over the body. Francesca Tenconi felt isolated by her condition and met many others along the way who suffered from skin conditions, some even fatal. In lieu of gifts for her 16th birthday, she asked for donations to start a charity for children affected by skin conditions. In 2000, the Children’s Skin Disease Foundation (CSDF) was formed, and the following year the first annual Camp Wonder. Together, they work to improve the lives and summer of children and teens who suffer with skin disease.
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