About The Everett and Austin Project

Tim Gillen with Uganda Director Paul Collins buying food for the Kayongas

Tim Gillen with Uganda Country Director Paul Collins – buying food for the Kayongas (Oct 2019)

President of The Everett and Austin Project

Tim Gillen works with The Everett and Austin Project, named in honor of his sons. Both died from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Austin died in 2012 at 16, and Everett died in 2017 at 22.

The Everett and Austin Project helps those in third world countries going through Duchenne and other rare diseases in abject poverty. Tim’s Personal Testimony of Salvation in Christ…


What is Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy?

Here are a couple of great descriptions…

1. https://www.duchenne.com/about-duchenne

2. https://www.mda.org/disease/duchenne-muscular-dystrophy

Official Mission of The Everett and Austin Project

The goal of the Everett and Austin Project, Inc. is to improve the health-related quality of life for children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and other rare diseases, and increase educational opportunities for individuals and families in developing countries. Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is a genetic disease that causes progressive muscle weakness, leading to disability, impaired function, and decreased ability to participate in daily activities.

Children in developing countries are often underserved, neglected, and/or abandoned by their parents. Some families live in remote areas with little to no access to medical and healthcare resources. Additionally, impoverished individuals and families struggle to meet their daily basic needs due to lack of much needed resources.

The Everett and Austin Project seeks to educate, empower, and equip individuals with products, services, and skills to improve overall quality of life and sustainable living in developing countries.

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