“Heroes” Helps Children and Adults with MPS and Related Rare Diseases

“Heroes’ is a song of courage, hope, and love written by Kathryn Cloward and friends to help raise awareness and support for children and adults living with MPS and related rare diseases. During the creative process, Kathryn decided to record two versions of the song including one with youth vocalists that features 14-year-old Michelle Hopkins, who has MPS1. By releasing two songs across two distinct musical platforms, “Heroes” will be able to raise more awareness and help empower more people.

We were able to accomplish our goals as desired and on time because you helped us do it! Thank you!

Proceeds from every download and stream from both versions of “Heroes” will benefit the National MPS Society. Kindly add “Heroes” to your playlist and share it with your friends. Together we will continue to make a difference.

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Meet Michelle.

She’s one of the Heroes we’re helping with this song.

National MPS Society

“Heroes” helps this charity and these people.

Helping “Heroes”

Through our Songs for Charity program, we’re purposeful about helping other charitable organizations by writing impact/theme songs to help raise awareness for their cause. With  “Heroes” we are shining on the National MPS Society in support of children and adults with MPS, ML, and other rare diseases. Since there are no cures for these rare diseases, which impact 10% of Americans (rare but not uncommon), we are doing our best to help save lives by drawing attention to the National MPS Society through “Heroes.” Proceeds from every digital music download and/or stream of “Heroes” will directly benefit the National MPS Society to further its cause — helping fund medical advances to find a cure and support families who are coping with these diseases.

 

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