Alea Morren started making her own toys for her son, Adlai, who can’t use typical toys, because he is a very unique little guy. He has a rare genetic condition called Fox G1 syndrome. This is a severe neurological disorder that was just discovered in 2009. There are currently about 200 known cases globally, but that number is growing every week.
Adlai’s unique condition, combined with Alena past experience in fine arts, has helped her find her passion, making beautiful and unique items that are so stunning they will become heirlooms for generations.
In addition to finding meaning in her work, Alea’s goal is to help advance scientific research on FoxG1 by donating half of her annual profits to The International Fox G1 Foundation. Every purchase you make contributes to that end.