National Eosinophil Awareness Week 2016 is a special opportunity for businesses and organizations to show their support for those living with eosinophil-associated diseases. We’re grateful to the following Partners that have pledged to help APFED increase awareness and education during the week of May 15-21.
Meet Our NEAW Partners:
What they are doing to support NEAW: CURED fundraisers around the country.
What they are doing to support NEAW: Holding a 2016 Awareness Week Contest and will be working with the governor on a formal awareness week declaration, in which they will be meeting with physicians and patient advocates. They will work on a patient education packet for physicians and patient advocates within the state to give to newly diagnosed patients. They will also notify the press and other key media persons to help spread the word concerning the week. UFAN will also try to get a few T.V. and radio spots related to EGID and those living with it.
What they are doing to support NEAW: Sharing it in their bi-weekly e-communications, as well as on their Facebook and Twitter pages.
What they are doing to support NEAW: Sharing through patient support groups who are affiliated with the program. APFED’s posters will also be placed in the eosinophilic disorders clinic. The EGID program will provide the NEAW logo, dates, resources and links to their social media channels.
What they are doing to support NEAW: FARE with be promoting NEAW in their bimonthly update, which is sent through FARE’s database.
Greenville/Spartanburgh Eos Support Group
Alabama Eos Support Group
What they are doing to support NEAW: KFA will be sharing via Facebook and Twitter, and on their calendar. They will share the awareness ribbon, social media messages and blogs about Eos on the KFA page, as well as sharing APFED’s content.
What they are doing to support NEAW: The Cincinnati Center for Eosinophilic Disorders will be hosting an awareness booth at Cincinnati Children’s on 5/16, a CCED dietician will be participating as a guest blogger on cincinnatichildrens.org and CCED will be highlighting resources and educational information about eosinophilic disease via social media networks, Finally, several CCED staff are volunteering at Camp CouragEOS, a camp designed especially for children facing eosinophlic disease.
Families Affected By Eosinophilic Disorders
What they are doing to support NEAW: Education of medical professionals and the general public in the UK. Members are holding awareness events around the country and giving talks in schools to educate their teachers and fellow pupils. Use of social media to promote awareness.
Special thanks to our education partner for supporting APFED’s NEAW celebration this year!
Become A NEAW Partner
By signing up and showing your support, you can share why NEAW is important to you. If your company or organization is interested in partnering for NEAW 2016, please click here.