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INVISIYOUTH CHARITY is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that helps teens and young adults around the world with various chronic illnesses and disabilities gain the right lifestyle programs, empowerment tools and fun resource to keep living life with any health struggles. With InvisiYouth, older youth (or our "medically adult-ish™" youth as we call them) are motivated in all the non-medical aspects of life with any illness, visible or invisible, and have access to resources and platforms so they can have joy, success and thrive in their diverse lives.

Even though some illnesses are INVISIBLE, these youth are not.

-Dominique Viel, Founder

InvisiYouth Announces its Partnership with new Streetwear Brand, Nice Genes

February 2, 2021

The InvisiYouth Charity team is excited to announce its partnership with the new streetwear brand, Nice Genes, as one of our new charitable sponsors. What is unique about this apparel brand is its focus to connect since with youth culture so this next generation can become science advocates. Nice Genes has a goal to support the diverse community that is bringing awareness and aid to those of the rare disease community, and that creates a culture of next generation advocates positively impacting our world. And when you purchase any of their merchandise, you get to donate 100% of their profits to InvisiYouth by simply typing in our name during your shopping selection. 

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Meet Megan Elizabeth

The power of the blog is strong, especially when it can be part of your own self-discovery and bringing community to others. That's someone our latest feature writer has learned and we're excited to share the story of Megan Elizabeth.  This British young adult dealt with a chronic illness journey many can relate to: the evolving diagnosis list. As she got older, Megan was diagnosed first with NF1, then hydrocephalus, and a couple years ago with ileocaecal Crohn's Disease, and during that time, Megan learned not only how to adapt and find her passions, but how to build the person she would become with the support of her family. Megan knows the chronic illness journey isn't always easy, but it has allowed her to learn about her resilience, strength, compassion and fun in her life, all traits that she's adamant to advocate every young person with chronic illness discovers in themselves.

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