British Columbia, Canada
“I create an empowered world through the unconditional acceptance of others.”
Millan works through a non-profit he co-founded, the Rare Disease Foundation, to provide hope and help to children and their families suffering from rare diseases. In five years this registered charity has expanded to now offer an international micro-granting program to foster an innovative model of care-focused research. Rare Disease Foundation parent to parent resource networks have also flourished to provide places where the vast amount of knowledge accumulated by parents over their long clinical journeys can be shared and help other parents in crisis.