Using my voice for kindness, my ears for compassion, my hands for charity, my mind for truth, and my heart for love

Dr. Julapalli is a proud supporter and volunteer for many local, national, and international organizations that have impacted children in profound ways. Check out these links for more information and to learn about how you can help, too!

A Children’s House for the Soul
An organization that encourages and unites children and families impacted by skin conditions through social, emotional and spiritual opportunities, while educating our community regarding visible skin differences to raise awareness and understanding.

Camp Discovery
American Academy of Dermatology-sponsored summer camp experiences for children with chronic skin conditions and birthmarks.

Camp Spirit
A Colorado winter adventure camp for children with recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa.

Positive Exposure
Started by Rick Guidotti, an incredibly talented photographer, who has been spending the last two decades traveling the world, redefining beauty, and showing us all that there is so much beauty in our diversity. His campaign is called Positive Exposure, and his philosophy is “Change how you see, see how you change.” What he learned in all the years he’s been doing this is that self-acceptance = self-esteem = self-advocacy. This is also the heart of what I dream and hope for, for my patients and for all the kids I work with at camp and during medical missions in the U.S. and abroad.

Roundup River Ranch
An organization that enriches the lives of children with serious illnesses and their families by offering free, medically-supported camp programs that provide unforgettable opportunities to discover joy, friendships, and confidence.

Camp For All
A unique, barrier-free camp working in partnership with other not-for-profit organizations to enrich the lives of children and adults with challenging illnesses or special needs and their families throughout the year.

H.I.K.E. at Impact
A children’s program designed to get kids living in shelters, motels, and the streets out and exploring gorgeous hiking trails, hitting the slopes, visiting museums, and participating in other educational, inspirational and fun activities.

Houston Vitiligo Awareness Movement
An organization that supports those affected by vitiligo and encourages them to embrace their journey while planting seeds of awareness in the Houston community.