Friday, May 1, 2015

CF Awareness Month Challenge

May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness month. So I challenge you (& myself) to post, tweet, Instagram, pin, donate, or conversate about CF everyday for the entire month of May. On average people say over 10,000 words a day; therefore, it should be so simple to say "Did you know May is Cystic Fibrosis awareness month, let's pack our lunch all week and donate the $20.00 we would have spent on food to the CF Foundation." Bam! You killed 2 birds with one stone:

1. You shared info about cf.
2. You raised $20+ to help find a cure for my son.

THANK YOU!

Most people check their social media accounts numerous times a day. What if we posted one CF fact a week? Or even better, one a day!! There are so many inspirational and educational CF stories on the internet let's post the link on our page!

Hope these help!

-The CFF Foundation

-A wonderful, very popular, CF blog. Written by a husband and wife. The husband has Cystic Fibrosis and they share their journey with their family. (2 kids, 1 on the way, & their dog.) Run Sickboy Run

-I'm in it for Bennett is a wonderful blog. Full of information and hope. It is about a little boy with CF and his story. It is beautifully written by his mother who is also very involved with the CF Foundation.

-prewritten, tweetable facts on cf. Click here

A picture is worth a thousand words. If you are a Facebooker click here and use one of the pictures to use as your cover image. Also there are tons of informative pictures on Pinterest and Google. Make it your goal to post one a week! Or more! 

I don't do social media, but I obviously do blog... so my goal is to post a cf fact everyday, an interesting story every week, and to try my best to raise more money!

We are currently at $2,332.00. Let's get to $3,000!!! Please donate!

DONATE HERE! Click donate beside Roanan's name.

Lets use this month to spread the word about Cystic Fibrosis so that one day CF will stand for "Cure Found"

Thank you!

1 comment:

  1. Feel free to post how you are spreading awareness!

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