Ways to Celebrate Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month This September

September marks Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month – a time to unite, educate, and raise awareness about this critical health issue. As we come together to make a difference, The Bee Foundation invites you to join us in various impactful ways throughout the month. 

Here are some meaningful ways to celebrate and support Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month:

1. Join the TBF Race Series: Lace Up for a Cause

Participate in our TBF Race Series – a fantastic opportunity to get active and show your commitment to brain aneurysm awareness. By joining the race series, you’ll not only be taking steps towards a healthier you but also contributing to critical research and prevention efforts. Whether you run, walk, or cheer from the sidelines, your participation matters.


2. Spread Awareness: Fact Fridays and Motivation MondaysOur social media channels are a powerful platform for spreading awareness. Engage in Fact Fridays, where we share vital information about brain aneurysms – from risk factors to preventive measures. On Motivation Mondays, find inspiration. By sharing these graphics, you play a vital role in educating your network and encouraging discussions about brain health.


Fact Friday

Motivation Monday

3. Celebrate: The 10th Anniversary Honey Bash Gala on October 7th

While celebrating Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month, make sure to get your ticket for the upcoming 2023 Honey Bash Gala on October 7th. This event promises an unforgettable evening of inspiration, entertainment, and community. Join us as we honor survivors, remember those we’ve lost, and raise funds to further our mission of preventing brain aneurysms.

4. Make a Difference: Donate to Support Research and Prevention

Your support is a driving force behind our efforts. By donating to The Bee Foundation, you directly contribute to research initiatives, education campaigns, and support networks for survivors and their families. Every dollar makes an impact and brings us closer to preventing brain aneurysms and saving lives.


5. Engage Your Community: Host Events and Fundraisers

Harness the power of your community to spread awareness. Organize virtual events, webinars, or workshops to educate others about brain aneurysms. Host fundraisers to raise funds for research and prevention programs. Every effort, big or small, contributes to the collective goal of raising awareness and prevention. Learn all the ways you can fundraise for The Bee Foundation here.

6. Empower Conversations: Reach Out and Share Stories

Empower those around you with knowledge. Initiate conversations about brain aneurysms with your friends, family, and colleagues. Share personal stories, survivor journeys, and the importance of early detection. By starting dialogues, you contribute to awareness and prevention efforts.Share Your Story

7. Be a Beacon of Hope: Share Your Support

Throughout September,  show your support for Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month. Share your photos on social media, using hashtags like #BrainAneurysmAwareness and #BrainAneurysmAwarenessMonth. By becoming a visual advocate, you inspire others to join the cause and raise awareness.


This Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month, let’s stand together, create a ripple of awareness, and ignite conversations that matter. Each action you take, whether participating in races, sharing graphics, attending events, donating, or engaging your community, contributes to our shared mission of preventing brain aneurysms and improving brain health. Join us in making a difference this September and beyond. #BrainAneurysmAwarenessMonth #TBF #TakeAction