World Eosinophilic Disease Day (May 18)

From around the globe, organizations that serve people with eosinophil-associated conditions have come together to educate, advocate, and improve outcomes for all of those affected. Please join us every May 18th as we celebrate World Eosinophilic Diseases Day and work together to raise awareness of these conditions around the globe!

Several landmarks are lighting up around the U.S. on May 18 in honor of World Eosinophilic Diseases Day. Check out the list here.


Suggested ways to honor World Eosinophilic Diseases Day on May 18


  • Learn about and share facts about eosinophil-associated disorders. Please include the hashtags #EosAware to help spread awareness.


  • Create your own graphics with the logo to celebrate awareness week. If you post them to social media, use the hashtag #EosAware; we’d love to see what you come up with!


  • Honor friends and family with donation in their honor to support research and send an e-card to let them know you are thinking of them.
  • Change your porch lights to magenta and light up the night for eosinophil awareness. Share a picture on social media with hashtag #EosAware.
  • Wear magenta to raise awareness. Whether you choose to wear a ribbon for eosinophilic disorders awareness or get decked out in spirit wear, the choice is yours. Take pictures, and share them on social media with the hashtag #EosAware.
  • Purchase wearable awareness items to show off your support for eosinophil-associated diseases all throughout the year.
  • Thank those who have helped you in your eos journey. Saying thank you is a great way to make people feel appreciated. Plus, an attitude of gratitude is always in style.
  • Create a video message with well-wishes for World Eosinophilic Diseases Day and share it on social media, including #eosaware in your posts.


Organizations Abroad That Serve Patients with Eosinophilic Disease

APIMEO (France)
AusEE (Australia)
EosNetwork (United Kingdom)
ESEO Italia APS (Italy)
Swiss Network for Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disease (Switzerland)