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August 23, 2015
Actors Jai Courtney and Margot Robbie, who were both in Toronto to shoot the superhero action film, said they couldn’t miss the opportunity to support five-year-old Na’ama Uzan when they heard about her cause.

‘Suicide Squad’ stars, Actors Jai Courtney and Margot Robbie, visited Na’ama

Here is an excerpt from the CTV news story about the visit: Actors Jai Courtney and Margot Robbie, who were both in Toronto to shoot the superhero action film, said they couldn’t miss the opportunity to […]
May 31, 2015

Na’ama at Queen’s Park

One day, Mike Colle, a Member of Provincial Parliament in Canada, invited Na’ama to hold a press conference at Queen’s Park in Toronto. In May 2015, Na’ama and her family joined Mike and AS researcher Dr. Edwin […]
May 20, 2015
Susan Hay from Global News visited Na’ama

Na’ama on Global News

Susan Hay from Global News visited Na’ama in May to feature her in a “Making a Difference” segment. Na’ama had a lot of fun filming, and Susan agreed that Na’ama is one adorable, inspiring kid. If […]

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Na'ama Uzan is a six-year-old philanthropist and kindergarten student in Toronto, Canada.

She is raising funds to cure Angelman Syndrome, one cup of lemonade at a time.

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Na’ama in the Media

Na’ama’s story of hope, fundraising, and lemonade has gone viral. She is raising funds to cure Angelman Syndrome, one cup of lemonade at a time.

She uses a special map to learn about the countries around the world where her story has been shared, and is very excited to know that people so far away have heard about her quest to cure Angelman Syndrome.

Take a look at some of the coverage.