SAVE THE DATE: Brain Aneurysm Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill – March 20th

Mark your calendars for a significant event in the brain aneurysm community! On March 20th, we invite you to join us for Brain Aneurysm Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill.

🌐 Why Advocacy Day Matters: Advocacy Day is an opportunity for individuals from the brain aneurysm community to come together and raise their voices in support of critical issues. It’s a day when survivors, caregivers, and advocates unite to share their personal stories, create awareness, and urge policymakers to prioritize brain aneurysm research and prevention.

🗣 Use Your Voice: Your voice is a powerful tool for change. Advocacy Day empowers you to speak directly to lawmakers, sharing your experiences and emphasizing the importance of funding for research, support, and awareness. By putting a face and a story to the cause, you contribute significantly to the advocacy efforts.

📅 Save the Date: March 20th: On March 20th, we encourage you to be a part of this impactful day. Whether you’re a survivor, a caregiver, or someone passionate about the cause, your presence makes a difference. Together, we can amplify our collective voice and make brain aneurysms a priority on the national agenda.

🤝 How You Can Participate:

  1. Register for the Event: Registration will go live the first week of January. Keep your eye out for registration details. Secure your spot to be a part of Brain Aneurysm Advocacy Day.
  2. Prepare Your Story: Think about your journey with brain aneurysms and how it has impacted your life. Your personal story is a compelling tool for advocacy.
  3. Connect with Others: Join the community in preparation for Advocacy Day. Share your thoughts, connect with fellow advocates, and strengthen our collective impact.

🔗 Stay Tuned for Updates: As the date approaches, we’ll provide updates and information on how you can make the most of Advocacy Day. Together, let’s make our voices heard and drive change for the brain aneurysm community. #AneurysmAdvocacy #CapitolHillAdvocacyDay #UseYourVoice