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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 Meghan Smith

April is National Donate Life in America, and it's a critical time to raise awareness on not only becoming an organ donor, but to learn the stories of those that have received this lifesaving transplant. One of those receipts is Maryland native Meghan Smith, a marketing executive that has used Instagram for our favorite thing...raising awareness, changing misconceptions, and showing how awesome and fun life can be with any health struggles. After a few years of health issues, it was discovered it was directly related to liver disease and was in need of a liver transplant. Meghan is such an advocate because she shares the realness of post-transplant life, all the medications and adjustments to adapt and excel. There's no one way to look or live as a young person with health struggle, and Meghan--who's now a Donate Life Ambassador--is using her growing platform to give a fresh look on how incredible , fun and fulfilling life can be!

 

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