The E.WE Foundation is an approved Alabama State Board of Social Work Examiners Continuing Education Provider.


LEAP is a resource program promoting health literacy, community education, and patient advocacy. LEAP focuses on improving health, financial advocacy, special education, and social service access for individuals, families, and communities living with rare disease, disability, medical complexity, and special health needs. The E.WE Foundation’s LEAP Program is an approved continuing education provider. Learn more.


ZEBRA is a comfort care & end-of-life solutions program that supports rare disease families living with life-limiting diagnoses, medical complexities and special health needs. Our comfort care program addresses physical comfort, daily care, mental health, emotional balance & spiritual support. ZEBRA can assist with resources, intervention, counseling, and bereavement support. Learn more.


STRIPE is an economic assistance program designed to assist families with the financial burden associated with caring for an individual with Trisomy 18. Financial burden refers to the direct medical costs, direct non-medical costs and indirect costs experienced by patients. Families facing financial hardship can request assistance for support. Click here to learn more or to request assistance.


CAMP E.WE will provide a place of fun and relaxation for children and families living with medical complexities and special health needs. The goal of CAMP E.WE is to offer a place of inclusivity and belonging in a medically safe environment. CAMP E.WE is a sponsorship program.