Activist and Philanthropist Jill Vedder

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Besides being a model, Jill Vedder is a philanthropist who is also a huge supporter of the glioblastoma community. She has also been involved in helping other people with cancer and has been very successful in doing so.


Activist and philanthropist Jill Vedder married Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder in September 2010. She is now a co-founder of the EB Research Partnership, a non-profit organization devoted to finding a cure for the genetic skin disorder Epidermolysis bullosa. She has appeared in numerous fashion magazines including Elle, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan and Esquire UK. She is also an ambassador for the Vitology Foundation and Every Mother Counts.

Jill McCormick was born in Los Angeles, California. She is the daughter of Amy and Bud McCormick. She started modeling at an early age and was signed with Elite Models. In 1996, she was one of 15 finalists in the Elite Model Look of the Year competition. She later moved to Paris to further her modeling career. She is now a vice chairman for EB Research Partnership and serves as an ambassador for Global Citizen. She has also contributed to Moms Demand Action, which is dedicated to ending extreme poverty by 2030.


EB Research Partnership is a non-profit organization that funds research to find a cure for Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). The organization utilizes a unique Venture Philanthropy model to fund research. EBRP has raised more than U$12 million to date. This is enough to fund more than one Phase III clinical trial.

The most effective and efficient way to cure EB is to find a cure for the disease. This is the aim of EBRP, a nonprofit organization founded by Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder and his wife Jill. EB Research Partnership uses an innovative Venture Philanthropy business model that leverages return on investment to fund EB research until a cure is found.

EB Research Partnership is the largest global organization supporting EB research. In 2010, a group of parents decided to put their money where their mouth is and start a non-profit organization dedicated to funding research into EB. They have done a good job so far, raising more than U$12 million for research. The organization has offices in the United States and Australia. They have also funded four Phase III clinical trials.

Supporter of glioblastoma community

EB Research is a company that Jill McCormick co-founded to fund research for the treatment and cure of a rare skin condition called Epidermolysis bullosa (EB). EB research is not a new company by any stretch of the imagination but it is the octo-gene octo-gene that has garnered a great deal of attention. Jill is an avid supporter of the organization and she is an ambassador for the Vitalogy Foundation and EB Research.

Jill has made it a point to do as much good for the community as she can. She has donated over a million dollars to worthy causes and has become a champion of the Moms Demand Action movement. She has even been seen on the front lines at the National Children’s Hospital of Washington D.C. where she is helping out with a few children’s cancer patients. She also has made it a point to speak to children affected by cancer on a regular basis. EB Research is a worthy cause and it is no wonder that the company has garnered such a high profile.

Relationship with Eddie Vedder

Several years after his divorce from first wife Beth Liebling, Eddie Vedder began dating super model Jill McCormick. The couple married in Hawaii on September 18 and they have two children together.

Eddie Vedder was born on December 23, 1964, in Evanston, Illinois. He is a lead vocalist and guitarist for the rock band Pearl Jam. During his career, he has collaborated with other rock bands, including The Who, Bad Religion, and Fastbacks. He has also written music for three songs.

Vedder is known for his distinctive vocals. He is the primary lyricist for Pearl Jam. He has also contributed to the soundtracks for movies and documentaries.

When Eddie Vedder was a teenager, his parents separated and his mother married Peter Mueller. Vedder didn’t know that he was not Peter Mueller’s biological son. After a few years, Vedder’s biological father died of multiple sclerosis. He learned about his real father from a friend.

Vedder grew up in San Diego and attended a community college near Chicago. He also worked at a gas station and a drug store. He dropped out of high school, but later joined San Dieguito High School. During this time, he also worked as a security guard.