- Fragile X-associated Disorders
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Federal employees participating in the Combined Federal Campaign can donate by choosing “Children’s Medical Charities #11129.” Please look for us under the doing business name (DBA) of “Children’s Inherited Brain Disorders Foundation.”
If you are a United Way donor, write in “National Fragile X Foundation” as your donor-designated choice. Our federal tax ID# is 84-0960471.
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