How to Party Hard for Dysautonomia Awareness

Looking for a way to celebrate Dysautonomia Awareness month this year? Then you need to check out Dysautonomia International.

Why?

Because this incredible organization provides wonderful support to the dysautonomia community around the world. And this month, they have a ton of fundraisers and events to help raise awareness and also raise money for research.

Depending on how much time, energy, and effort you have, you can participate in a number of ways. For a low key option, wear turquoise or host a fundraiser online.

A fun way to get the community and kids involved is to set up a “Cupcakes for a Cure” event. Just bake a bunch of cupcakes, and sell them in a busy location in your community. Decorate them with turquoise frosting or sprinkles, and have a great time!

If you want to get your school or office involved, “Dress Down Day for Dysautonomia Research” is a great way to raise awareness. Who doesn’t want to fund raise and be comfortable doing it?! Check out more on how you can raise awareness here.


James Ernest Cassady

James Ernest Cassady

Though "Ernest" is a family name that's been passed down for generations, James truly earned his middle moniker when, at the age of five, he told his mother that "laughing is stupid unless EVERYBODY is happy." Since then, the serious little bastard has been on a mission to highlight the world's shortcomings (and hopefully correct them). In addition to his volunteer work at hospitals and animal shelters, James also enjoys documentaries and the work of William Faulkner. He is originally from Oklahoma.

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