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Who We Are

Contact Us:

Phone: 651-621-3372
Address: 7301 Ohms Lane, Suite 460, Minneapolis, MN 55439

Our Vision:

Pioneering Unique Cures for Kids envisions a day when there are various treatment options for kids with rare diseases, and no child has to die from these diseases again.

Our Mission:

By funding and advocating for cutting edge research, Pioneering Unique Cures for Kids helps transform rare, incurable childhood diseases into curable ones, one disease at a time.

Our Values:

  • Faith: We have faith that we are a part of something much greater than ourselves, and that something is integral to our success as an organization.
  • Vision: We recognize that the only pathway to discovery is through what is currently "impossible" or "unattainable." We are comfortable facing the impossible, because it means we are pointed in the right direction; the direction toward discovery.
  • Transparency & Integrity: We account for every dollar raised, and keep that record easily attainable to the public at all times. Without integrity, nothing works.
  • Partnership: Causing cures takes teams. To realize our vision, we readily accept and invite strategic partnerships at all levels of the organization.
  • Service: Our mission and vision are not self-serving – rather, they focus on the fact that this entire enterprise is based upon the foundation that we exist to help others.
  • Generosity: There is enough. For all of us.
  • Education: We educate donors and families about where donations have gone and how it is impacting the research.

Our Team:

Tim Ringgold

Finance Director:
Jay Mooreland

Development Coordinator:
Angelique Ringgold

Relationship Manager:
Christie Zink

Our Stories:

Sarah Rose Mooreland

The moment Sarah was born it was evident that she was not a normal, healthy baby. She was missing skin on both of her legs, feet and both of her hands. Read Sarah's Story

Anabella Ringgold

Life took an immediate turn when Bella emerged from her C-Section delivery missing most of the skin on her left leg. Read Bella's Story