Lead the Fight to Find a Cure for Juvenile Myositis

I Need a CureCure JM Foundation was my flashlight in a pitch dark tunnel. I am grateful for the endless information, support, and knowledge I find there.“

Erika, Mother of a Child with Juvenile Myositis

Approximately 17,000 children in the United States — and many more worldwide — suffer from Juvenile Myositis (JM), a group of rare, painful and life-threatening autoimmune diseases. Although there are treatments for the symptoms of JM, there is currently no cure. And often, the side effects of those treatments can be nearly as painful and debilitating as the disease.

Cure JM Foundation is the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated solely to finding a cure for Juvenile Myositis and providing information and support to families affected by the disease.

In just a little over a decade, we have:

  • Raised Over $8 Million for Juvenile Myositis Research and Education Through Grassroots Fundraisers
  • Helped to establish Juvenile Myositis Research Centers at George Washington University in Washington D.C. and the Children's Hospital of Chicago Research Center
  • Hosted Four Conferences for the Medical Community and Seven Educational Forums for JM Families

And much more. But there’s still a lot of work to be done and a lot of research projects that desperately need funding. And that’s where you come in.

Cure JM Foundation needs the support of businesses and other organizations to help us call attention to the victims of JM and help us reach the next level in funding research into treatments and an eventual cure for JM. The Cure JM Sponsorship Program is your chance to help us shine a light of hope into the dark tunnel that is Juvenile Myositis.

Won’t you please help?

Click here to learn more about the Cure JM Sponsorship Program

Click here to learn more about Sponsorship Levels and Benefits

Click here to begin the Sponsorship Application Process

Click here to download a brochure about the Cure JM Foundation Annual Conference Sponsorship Program

Questions? Contact Shannon Malloy at (202) 596-6267 or email .