Day-by-Day Guide of Suggested Activities

Educate (Sunday)

Donate (Monday)

  •    Make a personal donation to APFED and encourage others to match it.

Unite (Tuesday)

  •    Coordinate a get-together with local eos families to celebrate NEAW, or work together to plan a fundraiser.
  •    Become a member of APFED and ask a friend to join as well.
  •    Register for APFED’s Annual Patient Education Conference.
  •    Join or start a local support group.
  •    Join the National Eosinophil Awareness Week community on Facebook.

Change (Wednesday)

  •    Change the way others view your disease by sharing your story.
  •    Wear a magenta colored t-shirt to school or work and encourage your friends and colleagues to so the same.
  •    Change your social media profile picture and banner to the NEAW logo.
  •    Share APFED’s fact sheet about eosinophil-associated diseases or “Can you say ‘Eosinophilic?” flyer.

Awareness (Thursday)

  •    Participate in APFED’s #READ4EAD Campaign, a fun and action-oriented social media awareness campaign
  •   Wear a magenta colored t-shirt to school or work and encourage your friends and colleagues to so the same.
  •    Change your social media profile picture and banner to the NEAW logo provided on the APFED website.
  •    Share APFED’s fact sheet about eosinophil-associated diseases or “Can you say ‘Eosinophilic?” flyer.

Thank (Friday)

  •    Reach out to those who have been supportive of your journey with eos to thank them.
  •    Thank health care providers for their support and care.
  •    Thank legislators who support issues important to our community.

Engage (Saturday)

  •    Invite family, friends, and others to experience dietary limitations (Suggestion: Eat Like Us for a Day Challenge).
  •    Create a community fundraising walk at your school or workplace, or organize a Hope on the Horizon Walk to benefit APFED’s research fund.

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